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Katja Koehler-Cole

Katja Koehler-Cole Joins ENREEC as Soil Health Management Extension Educator

June 7, 2022
UNL Research Assistant Professor Katja Koehler-Cole joined the Eastern Nebraska Research, Extension and Education Center team in a new position this year as soil health management extension educator.

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Stoltenow Named Dean and Director of Nebraska Extension

December 14, 2021
Currently the assistant director of extension for agriculture and natural resources at North Dakota State University, Stoltenow will begin his duties as the new dean and director of Nebraska Extension on Jan. 1, 2022.

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Drought monitor
The Media Drought Index was created to help researchers, climatologists and the public in their efforts to track drought impacts and to see where drought-related news is being published at higher or lower rates than normal.

Drought Center Creates Tool That Could Help Detect Emerging Impacts by Tracking News

November 16, 2021
The experiential Media Drought Index (MDI) may help detect emerging drought impacts through an automated news search and mapping system.

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University to Host Soil Health Summit on Nov. 19

November 11, 2021
Numerous Husker faculty members will discuss biological, chemical, environmental and physical properties of soil, as well as conservation strategies and producer practices. Deadline to register for the free summit is Friday, Nov. 12.

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Virtual 2020 Nebraska Soybean Day & Machinery Expo Set for Dec. 17

December 3, 2020
The Virtual 2020 Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo will assist soybean growers in planning for next year’s growing season. Growers should expect discussion on the challenges of the past year and a focus on making the new year profitable.

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Women Managing Ag Land Conference, Now Virtual, is Dec. 2

November 19, 2020
The upcoming Women Managing Ag Land Conference will now be a be completely virtual experience. The event is still set for Dec. 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Central Time.

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summary map of Nebraska groundwater levels.
Pockets of southwestern Nebraska and the Panhandle saw minor groundwater level declines, but the latest Groundwater-Level Monitoring Report shows a wealth of increases in groundwater supply across the rest of the state from spring 2018 to spring 2019. On average, wells measured in spring 2019 saw a 2.63-foot increase in groundwater levels statewide.

Nebraska Groundwater Levels Rise Following Wet Year

April 22, 2020
Groundwater levels across much of Nebraska continue to rebound from the historic 2012 drought, according to the 2019 Groundwater-Level Monitoring Report.

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Nebraska On-Farm Research Network Publishes Results of 2019 Farmer-conducted Research

April 7, 2020
Results from the 2019 studies, as well as from studies from previous years, are now available online.

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