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Student Spotlight: Liz Uehling

Meet Liz Uehling, a senior Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communications major.

Rural Poll Finds Insights on Rural Nebraskans' Activism

Most rural Nebraskans are highly active in their communities, according to the 2015 Nebraska Rural Poll. However, outside of voting, they practice little political activism and express confidence in their local leadership.

Student Spotlight: Curtis Wetovick

Meet Curtis Wetovick, a senior Animal Science major from Fullerton.

USDA, Microsoft to Launch "Innovation Challenge" to Address Food Resiliency

$60,000 in Prizes Offered for Most Creative Applications Using USDA Open Data

Ag Econ Creates Professorship Focusing on Cooperatives

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agricultural Economics and the Nebraska Cooperative Council signed an agreement July 20 to create a new professor of agricultural and rural cooperatives.

NCTA to Offer Urban Ag Classes in Omaha This Fall

Carpentry, Raising Poultry for Profit, and Organic Food Production are three classes that will be offered by the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Omaha this fall.

Workshops for Tree Boards Offered Statewide

Free Tree Board trainings from the Nebraska Forest Service will be offered throughout the state this summer to help Tree Board members, administrators and volunteers work more effectively in their communities.

Rural Nebraskans Express Optimism in Annual Poll

Rural Nebraskans are as optimistic about their current situation and the future as they've been in the past 20 years, according to the 2015 Nebraska Rural Poll.

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