Water & Environment

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Water & Environment

Funds Available for Schools to Revitalize Landscapes, Educate Students

Nebraska schools have an opportunity to revitalize their landscapes while educating students about the environment through a grant from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum in partnership with the Nebraska Forest Service.

Report Shows Groundwater Levels Declined in 2012

Groundwater levels declined last year in five wells assessed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Conservation and Survey Division.

How to Use Mulching and Avoid Overwatering in Summer Vegetable Gardens

It is almost summer and vegetable gardens are starting to grow.

Climate Prediction Center Predicts Above-Normal June Temps

It's 1967. Elvis gets married, Disney releases "The Jungle Book," and Julia Roberts is born.

New UNL Extension App Helps Pesticide Applicators Keep Electronic Records

A new app developed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Pesticide Safety Education Program will help farmers and other pesticide applicators keep electronic records more easily, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln pesticide safety education program extension assistant said.

University of Nebraska Water and Natural Resources Tour Is June 25-26

Urban and rural management of Nebraska's water resources will be examined in a two-day University of Nebraska water and natural resources tour in June.

Water for Food Speaker: 'Time is Running Out; Time for Action'

Dilip Kulkarni remembers the first global Water for Food Conference in Lincoln in 2009.

Climate Change Impacts Already Being Felt Worldwide

Climate change already is being felt around the world, and society must figure out how to adapt to the changes already underway and mitigate the severity of future impacts, experts said Tuesday (May 7) at the global Water for Food Conference.

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