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Youth & Family

Nebraska Extension helps farm families plan for the future

Nebraska Extension is focused on making sure those at the front line of the agriculture industry — farm and ranch families — have a plan in place for how operations will be managed for years to come.
A combine in a field at sunset. Links to larger image.

Board Masters: Extension offering training for Nebraska nonprofit boards

Nebraska Extension and the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands are partnering to provide nonprofit board training sessions throughout Nebraska this fall.
Board Masters

Start your story in CASNR on Oct. 6

The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is offering potential students a glimpse at what it means to be a member of the CASNR community. CASNR’s annual Experience the Power of Red Visit Day will be held on Oct. 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Nebraska teens tackle real-world agriculture challenge

Nebraska 4-H is using monarch butterflies to demonstrate to youth how agriculture can be fun while also having a real-world impact.
Monarchs on the Move Challenge

Nebraska 4-H to host 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships

More than 650 youth from 37 states will compete in the 2018 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships, hosted by Nebraska 4-H June 24-29 at the Heartland Public Shooting Park near Alda, Nebraska, and the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island, Nebraska.

Husker rodeo team competes in national finals

The University of Nebraska Rodeo Association recently returned from their fifth consecutive appearance in the College National Finals Rodeo.

Huskers help fill Nebraska’s growing ag education needs

Nebraska has experienced a 40 percent increase in agricultural education programs in high schools since 2010 and many of the programs are led by Husker graduates. 

Sarah Polak named experience coordinator at Raising Nebraska

Nebraska-native Sarah Polak has been named experience coordinator at Raising Nebraska, the award-winning agricultural literacy experience at the Nebraska State Fairgrounds.
Sarah Polak