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New Nebraska Strong financial services program

A new Nebraska Extension financial services program offers farmers and ranchers across the state tools to utilize existing data to improve decision-making and management in their operations.
Nebraska Strong Financial Services

New crops, cow-calf budgets available for 2020

Two decision-making tools created by Nebraska Extension for agricultural producers across the state have been updated for the new year.
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Engler scholarship application deadline is Jan. 12

Lincoln, Neb.

Engler Entrepreneur students

Landlord/tenant cash rent workshops to highlight the latest in ag finance, real estate, succession

The workshop is scheduled in 19 communities throughout the state, between Dec. 6, 2019, and March 18, 2020.
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NBDC and Extension launch University of Nebraska SourceLink® Resource Navigator

Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) and the Nebraska Extension Community Vitality Initiative (CVI), recently announced the launch of the University of Nebraska SourceLink® Resource Navigator.
Resource Navigator

Listening sessions on rural community prosperity scheduled in North Platte, Lincoln

Two regional convenings in October will offer Nebraskans opportunities to share their best ideas on how the University of Nebraska can help rural communities position themselves for economic success.

CASNR grads making an impact across many industries

As a brighter spotlight is placed on the agriculture and natural resource industries to provide food and water security for future generations, the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is doing its part to prepare the next generation to take on this daunting task.
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IANR launches working group focused on rural community prosperity

The Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has launched a working group to identify ways that the university can better support the state’s rural communities.