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Stephenson receives award from the Society for Range Management

Dr. Mitchell Stephenson of Scottsbluff, Neb., received an Outstanding Young Range Professional Award at the Society for Range Management’s (SRM) 71st Annual Meeting, Technical Training, and Trade Sh... Read More

Proposed cuts would axe UNL ag research Lab, decrease funding for rural initiative

On Monday,  UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green informed a number of personnel that their programs could be cut. The announcement preceded a hearing in the Nebraska Legislature after Governor Ricketts slashed the state University budget by approximately... Read More

Nebraska Farm Custom Rate Survey Participants Requested

Nebraska custom operators who would like to participate in the 2018 Nebraska Farm Custom Rate Survey are invited to submit their contact information by February 15, 2018 in order to receive the survey via email. Every other year the University of ... Read More

Crop Production Roadshow Will Kick Off in West Central Nebraska

Nebraska Extension will be hosting a Crop Production Roadshow in west central Nebraska starting February 1. The six meetings will feature brief updates on production issues and research topics targeted to the region and presented by Extension educato... Read More

Extension Educator Jim Schild retires after long diverse career

As Nebraska Extension Educator Jim Schild prepares to retire from a 35-year Extension career – 30 of them spent in Scotts Bluff County – he says what he’ll remember most is the connections he’s made with people over the years. “I appreci... Read More

IANR reappoints Clutter, Yoder to key leadership positions

Lincoln, Neb. — The Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln announced today, the reappointment of Archie Clutter and Ron Yoder to leadership positions for a five-year term. In addition, Yoder will now ... Read More