Water & Environment

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Water & Environment

Tree planting event in Grand Island Oct. 21

Members of the public interested in learning more about proper tree planting are encouraged to attend “Re-Tree the Family Fun Zone,” a special tree planting event on Oct. 21 at the family fun zone area of Fonner Park, 700 E. Stolley Park Rd, Grand Island, Neb.
tree planting

Nebraska Water Law CLE Oct. 6 at College of Law

The annual Nebraska Water Law CLE conference will be held Oct. 6 at the University of Nebraska’s College of Law in Lincoln.

Husker-led project aims to boost climate literacy

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is working with Nebraska high schools to develop an online tool focused on climate modeling.

Live-streamed discussion to explore the future of food and agriculture

The Clayton K. Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will offer a live-stream of the Washington International Trade Association’s discussion of the future of food and agriculture.

Water and crops field day offered Aug. 24 in North Platte

Nebraska Extension and the Nebraska Water Balance Alliance will host a water and crops field day on Aug. 24 at the West Central Research and Extension Center, 402 W. State Farm Road, North Platte.

Joe Luck receives educator/researcher of the year award

Joe Luck, associate professor of biological systems engineering and precision agriculture engineer at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, has received the PrecisionAg Institute’s Educator/Researcher of the Year award.
Joe Luck

Pollinator field day Aug. 18 in Tekamah

Those interested in learning about pollinators are encouraged to attend Nebraska Extension’s pollinator field day Aug. 18 at the First Northeast Bank of Nebraska, 448 S. 13th St., Tekamah, Neb.

NSF grant to boost graduate education in ag resilience

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has earned a five-year, $3 million National Science Foundation Research Traineeship award to launch an interdisciplinary graduate training program focused on understanding resilience and vulnerability in agricultural landscapes.
Craig Allen