Water & Environment

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Water & Environment

Climate Change Impacts Already Being Felt Worldwide

Climate change already is being felt around the world, and society must figure out how to adapt to the changes already underway and mitigate the severity of future impacts, experts said Tuesday (May 7) at the global Water for Food Conference.

Ray and Neale Bring Expertise to Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute

Two eminent water resources experts are bringing their broad experience and leadership to the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute at the University of Nebraska.

Ribbon-Cutting for Community CROPS New Training Farm at SNR's Prairie Pines

A new training farm at Prairie Pines near Lincoln will offer training to help beginning farmers develop successful small businesses.

Experts: Transforming Scientific Knowledge into Ag Practices, Policy is Essential

Much of the scientific and technical knowledge needed to address the world's burgeoning food needs already exists.

Use Caution Caring for Storm-damaged Trees

This week's snow storm brought unusually cold temperatures and heavy snow and ice that can cause damage to trees.

UNL Extension Pesticide Container Recycling Program Enters 22nd Year

More than 2 million pounds of plastic pesticide containers have disappeared and no longer pose a threat to Nebraska's environment and landscape.

Communities, Individuals, Businesses Honored for Work on Behalf of Trees

Communities, educators, media and others involved in greening their communities received awards at the annual Tree City USA Recognition Day in Lincoln on April 2.

Cities, Colleges and Utilities Receive Forestry Awards

Cities, colleges and utilities were recognized for their work with tree resources at the annual Tree City USA Recognition Day held in Lincoln April 2.

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