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Agriculture Group Honors Johanns, Names New Members

Mike Johanns has been recognized by the Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement for his advocacy of agriculture.

Foreign Agricultural Service Administrator Phil Karsting Visits the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Phil Karsting, Nebraska native and Foreign Agricultural Service Administrator at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, recently visited the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Nebraska Extension Partners with USDA for Grant Workshops

Grant-writing workshops designed to help potential applicants understand, develop and submit their federal grant applications for the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program are being offered in every state this spring through a unique collaboration between federal, state and regional partners.

Nebraska Farm Real Estate Values Slip 3 Percent in Last Year

After five years of increases in Nebraska farmland values, the state average dropped 3 percent, according to preliminary findings released today by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

UNL Department of Agronomy & Horticulture Spring 2015 Seminar Series

The Agronomy & Horticulture Spring 2015 Seminar Series Schedule has been updated. There will be no seminar during spring break and the April 3rd seminar has been canceled. View full schedule.

Filley-Garey Lecturer to Address Challenges of Sustainably Feeding a Growing Planet

Thomas W. Hertel, distinguished professor of agricultural economics at Purdue University and founder and executive director of Global Trade Analysis Project, will present this year’s Filley-Gary lecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Domina to Discuss 'Agriculture's Changing Face' Friday at UNL

David A. Domina, trial lawyer at Domina Law Group in Omaha, will present "Consolidation, Merger, Market Domination and Agriculture's Changing Face" at 2 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Hardin Hall auditorium, 33rd and Holdrege streets on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus. The seminar is free and open to the public.

Winery and Grape Growers Forum and Trade Show Moves to Omaha

University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor Paul Read remembers a time when only one winery existed in Nebraska, and his passion for viticulture propelled him to start the very first wine and grape growers forum.

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