Agricultural Education

Sorghum field
Photo by Craig Chandler, University Communication

University’s TAPS Program Coming Soon to High School Classrooms

October 6, 2022
Nebraska students enrolled in the new, innovative TAPS high school program during its inaugural year will learn about hybrid seed selection and seeding rate, and nitrogen application, in the same decision-making format.

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Nebraska Producers Invited to Attend Agronomy and Horticulture's Fall Seminar Series

September 15, 2022
UNL experts and industry professionals will discuss research and approaches for a broad variety of ag industry topics. 

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Husker Harvest Days 2021
Nebraska Extension educators and specialists chat with attendees during the 2021 Husker Harvest Days.

Nebraska Extension is Ready to Meet You at Husker Harvest Days 2022

September 7, 2022
Nebraska Extension educators and specialists will be sharing insights and research on a wide variety of ag topics with attendees during the 2022 Husker Harvest Days.

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Flex-Ro robot
Flex-Ro, developed by BSE faculty Santosh Pitla, is one example of hands-on learning opportunities within the Agricultural Systems Technology program. (Photo courtesy

New Agricultural Systems Technology Major Prepares Students for Future of Agriculture

September 1, 2022
The new major will be available to students starting in the fall of 2023 through the UNL College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.

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This year's Women in Agriculture Conference will include 11 workshops that offer certified crop advisor continuing education credits for attendees.

WIA Conference to Offer Continuing Education Credits for Crop Advisor, Veterinary Professionals

February 10, 2022
Eleven conference workshops have been approved for Certified Crop Advisor Continuing Education Credits, and two workshops have been approved for veterinarians or veterinary technicians licensed in Nebraska to receive credits.

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Jenny Rees in cornfield clipping cover crop biomass for an on-farm research study
Jenny Rees, York/Seward water and integrated cropping systems extension educator, takes samples from a corn field for her research.

Digging into Extension: The Right Path for Jenny Rees

January 6, 2022
Jenny Rees has been a Nebraska Extension educator since 2004, but working for extension wasn't always a part of her plan. Find out how she discovered her ag career path and what it means to her today.

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Compact Aims to Boost Ag, Natural Resource Industries in Northeast Nebraska

November 1, 2019
Meeting the education needs of youth and lifelong learners in agriculture and natural resource is the goal of a new education compact among the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and six Nebraska institutions.

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