Women involved in agricultural production and management or who are interested in learning more about ag business are encouraged to attend Annie’s Project, a six-week educational course set to begin Jan. 28 in Beatrice.
New research by University of Nebraska–Lincoln agricultural economists Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka found that agricultural biotechnology companies can profit by lowering the price of genetic modification technologies in hunger-stricken areas when consumers associate these technologies with reducing malnutrition and hunger.
Current and future landowners and tenants should make plans to attend free upcoming land management workshops sponsored by Nebraska Extension. The workshops will be held at nine sites across Nebraska this fall.
Students, academics, industry professionals and anyone interested in digital agriculture are encouraged to attend a workshop on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) on Sept. 20 and a digital agriculture all hands meeting on Sept. 21.