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Nebraska Extension Brings Research & Innovation Statewide

Nebraska Extension joins the UNL community in celebrating the grand opening of Nebraska Innovation Campus.

Mueller Honored with Excellence in Community Preparedness Award

Ashley Mueller, assistant extension educator with Nebraska Extension has been honored with the Excellence in Community Preparedness Award from Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley.

Registration Open for Nebraska Extension DNA Technology Conference

"DNA Technology: Where we've been, where we are and where we're headed," will be the topic of an Oct. 19 conference at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center at Clay Center.

2015 Omtvedt Innovation Awards Announced

Ronnie Green, University of Nebraska vice president, IANR Harlan Vice Chancellor and interim senior vice chancellor for academic affairs at UNL presented four Omtvedt Innovation Awards on Sept. 3 at the IANR All Hands Meeting.

Poll: Rural Nebraskans Ready to Act on Climate Change

Many rural Nebraskans are concerned about potential weather problems in their area and most believe the state should develop a plan for adapting to climate change to reduce its impact on agriculture, communities and natural resources, the Nebraska Rural Poll shows.

Registration Open for Nebraska Extension Solar Workshop

Members of the public interested in gaining hands-on experience with solar PV design and installation are encouraged to register for the Nebraska Extension design and installation workshop Sept. 28 through Oct. 2.

Rodeo Teams Will Compete for Scholarships at Nebraska State Fair

The third annual Nebraska High School Rodeo will take place Sept.7 at the Nebraska State Fair. For the first time, the fair will co-host the rodeo with college rodeo teams from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture-Curtis, Chadron State College, Hastings College and Mid-Plains Community College.

2015 Nebraska State Fair Preview

Visitors to the Nebraska State Fair -- Aug. 28 to Sept. 7 in Grand Island -- can view more than 10,000 4-H exhibits from 2,500 exhibitors, representing all 93 Nebraska counties.

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