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Youth & Family

Lyons-Decatur Northeast Student Attends World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute

Lyons-Decatur Northeast High School student Heidi Miller attended the World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Friday, Sept. 20.

Lincoln Student Attends World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute

A Lincoln high school student, Anne Greff, attended the World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Friday, Sept. 20.

Millard North High School Students Attend World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute

Two Millard North High School students, Connor Brown and Curtis Stokes, attended the World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Friday, Sept. 20.

Millard West High School Student Attends World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute

Millard West High School student Rohan Kandel attended the World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Friday, Sept. 20.

4-H Spotlight: Students Continue to Participate in 4-H after Graduation

Many young people continue their involvement with 4-H even after they graduate. Anastasia Johnson, Amanda Berg and Levi Likens are three such people.

CASNR Helps Prospective Students Experience the Power of Red

High school and transfer students can learn about the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the Experience the Power of Red Open House on Oct. 19.

Food Safety and Nutrition Reminders for Going Back to School

The school year is here and it is important to keep food safety and nutrition in mind when going back to school, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln extension educator said.

Entomology Department Recruits New Student Ambassadors

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's entomology department has recruited five new students to be the first student ambassadors for the program.

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