Lubben outlines how the pandemic has affected the ag economy, talks about the resources being made available to farmers and ranchers, and discusses how the pandemic may accelerate certain ongoing shifts within the industry.
The leadership of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources has spent the past three weeks examining our commitment and barriers to promoting racial justice and our capacity to eliminate systemic racism.
Dr. Rebecca Funk, an assistant professor of practice in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s school of veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences will serve as the interim Nebraska Beef Quality Assurance Coordinator.
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln launched the CASNR Change Maker Competition for prospective and current students who dare to dream big and do the extraordinary to address worldwide issues.
After many personal conversations and hundreds of hours navigating details and protocols for the health and safety of all involved, the Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska has decided to proceed with a 2020 Rural Futures Institute Fellows experience beginning June 8.