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Governor's Conference on Ensuring Food Safety Starts May 27

Based on recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Shiga-toxin producing E. coli (STEC) causes approximately 230,000 cases of illness in the United States annually, and slightly more than 1 percent of these cases results in hospitalization and life-threatening complications.

Hall of Agricultural Achievement to Honor Moeller, Taylor

The former assistant vice chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources and a longtime food scientist are being honored this year by the Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement.

Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council Elects New Officers

The Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council recently elected new officers and board members during its annual meeting.

Gamma Sigma Delta Presents Honors to Faculty, Students

Don Wilhite, Shripat Kamble, Tim Carr and Dann Husmann were honored with faculty awards this year by the Nebraska Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta.

UNL Report Outlines Potential for Livestock Expansion in Nebraska

A new report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln outlines the potential for expansion of the state's livestock industry.

UNL to Host Law Enforcement Training Workshop

The Nebraska Horse Welfare Coalition is hosting a Law Enforcement Training Workshop from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. April 23 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Animal Science Complex, Room A211.

Annual Nebraska LEAD Recognition Banquet March 14 in Lincoln

Chuck Schroeder, Executive Director of the Rural Futures Institute will be the keynote speaker at the annual LEAD (Leadership Education/Action Development) Program recognition banquet March 14.

Speaker: Conventional Agriculture Winning Some, Losing Some in Culture War

The intellectual war over modern agriculture has been won by the "cultural elite," but agriculture's continued commercial and technological success still bode well for its future, a political scientist said Thursday.