Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Integrating cover crops, maximizing irrigation efficiency, managing risk and making your farm more weather resilient are among the crop production topics being presented in the Big Red Building at Husker Harvest Days Sept. 9-11.
Figure 1. Integrating cover crops, maximizing irrigation efficiency, managing risk and making your farm more weather resilient are among the crop production topics being presented in the Big Red Building at Husker Harvest Days Sept. 9-11. Stop by to learn more about the latest research. Here, Nebraska Extension Educator Linda Reddish (left) visits with families about staying strong in times of stress at the 2018 Husker Harvest Days.

Nebraska Extension at Husker Harvest Days to Highlight Strategies for Staying Strong

August 22, 2019
Integrating cover crops, maximizing irrigation efficiency, managing risk, and making your farm more weather resilient are among the crop production topics being presented in the Big Red Building at Husker Harvest Days Sept. 9-11. Bring your plant samples and ask questions of Extension crop experts.

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Ron Rosati

NCTA Dean Ron Rosati to Retire

July 26, 2019
Ron Rosati, dean of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, is retiring as of Aug. 5. He plans to continue his service to Nebraska as senior adviser for the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture in Kigali, Rwanda.

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Stephen Censky, deputy secretary of the US Department of Agriculture

Deputy Secretary of Ag to Deliver Heuermann Lecture Feb. 14

February 8, 2019
Stephen Censky, deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, will discuss leadership and the future of agriculture in the Feb. 14 Heuermann Lecture at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

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"Changing Governments, Changing Trade: Impacts from Global to Local" will be the theme of a March 13 symposium at the university's Innovation Campus in Lincoln.

Yeutter Symposium to Highlight Issues of International Trade in Nebraska

March 1, 2018
International trade is critical to Nebraska's agricultural and industrial economy and will be highlighted at a March 13 symposium "Changing Governments, Changing Trade: Impacts from Global to Local."

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