Redesigned site, newsletter offer access to water resources

Water
A newly redesigned water site from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln offers information on agricultural water, manure management, residential water and water resources.

February 6, 2018

Lincoln, Neb. — A newly redesigned water website from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln offers quick access to information from the university’s water experts. The site was redesigned to better meet the needs of the public and their use of mobile devices.

Water experts plan to add information to the website regularly on agricultural water, manure management, residential water and water resources. At the conclusion of each month, a water newsletter will be published, delivering the latest articles directly into the email inboxes of its subscribers. To subscribe to the free newsletter, visit https://water.unl.edu/newsletter.

The scope of the university’s water research is broad. Residential water experts target issues such as lawns and landscapes, homeowner wastewater treatment, water wells and drinking water, and stormwater management. The water resources team addresses groundwater, stormwater, surface water quality, and water shed issues, while agricultural professionals focus on irrigation management, animal manure management and the Nebraska Ag Water Management Network.

The team involved in the website redesign included Becky Aiken, Troy Ingram, Leslie Johnson, Rick Koelsch, Katie Pekarek, Meghan Sittler and Nicole Stoner.

To view the site and access the latest water research, visit http://water.unl.edu


Rick Koelsch
Professor
Biological Systems Engineering & Animal Science
402-472-3935
rkoelsch1@unl.edu