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Water & Environment

Iowa State extension climatologist speaks at Nebrasaka

Elwynn Taylor, extension climatologist at Iowa State University visited the University of Nebraska—Lincoln on March 29 to share his analysis of weather influence on the Midwest.
Taylor

Beneficial insects symposium April 15 in Lincoln

The public is invited to attend a beneficial insect symposium hosted by the Department of Entomology at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Honey Bee

Program will help state’s science teachers with water system literacy

A new program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will provide the state's science teachers new approaches to teaching about water.
Water

Nebraska Extension offers facts about petroleum pipelines in new publication

A new publication from Nebraska Extension focuses on one of the nation’s most debated topics – petroleum pipelines.
Pipelines

Forsberg photo featured on Nebraska's sesquicentennial stamp

A photograph taken by Michael Forsberg, wildlife and conservation photographer and assistant professor of practice in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication is featured on the Nebraska Statehood Forever Stamp celebrating the state’s sesquicentennial.
Forsberg

Precision ag makes farming more sustainable, profitable

Farmers have numerous sources of technology and data available to use in their operations, but many producers struggle with what kind and how much technology they need.
Precision Ag

Nebraska Water Leaders Academy accepts four CASNR alums into seventh class

The Nebraska Water Leaders Academy has accepted its seventh and largest class to date, including four CASNR alums

UPM insect lab keeps participants guessing

When the insect laboratory opens during the Urban Pest Management conference in Lincoln Feb. 21-22, Jim Kalisch expects to see a few old friends and meet new acquaintances. Too, he’ll probably be introduced to a few new insects.
Insect

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