Personnel

Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-987-2140
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-367-4424
Software Development Specialist, Managerial-Professional
402-472-6672
4-H Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-643-2981
4-H Extension Associate
Program Areas:
Urban Program Coordinator, 4-H Youth Development, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-444-7804
Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
Program Areas:
308-772-3311
Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
402-747-2321
Natural Resource Specialist, Extension Specialist
Program Areas:
402-472-5875
4-H Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
402-441-7180
Extension Asst 4-H, Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
402-267-2205
Asst. Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-928-2119
Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
308-995-4222
4-H Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
402-441-7180
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-336-2760
Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
308-324-5501
4-H Urban Program Development Coordinator, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-441-7180
4-H Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
402-426-9455
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-346-4200
Extension Associate, Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
308-536-2691
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-385-6041
4-H Youth Development Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-461-7209
Science Literacy Specialist, Extension Specialist
402-472-1413
4-H Extension Assistant
Program Areas:
402-385-6041
Entrpreneurship, Extension Specialist
402-472-2911
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-352-3821
Associate Dean and State 4-H Program Leader
402-472-9012
4-H Extension Associate
Program Areas:
402-374-2929
4-H Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-532-2683
4-H Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-370-4040
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-269-2301
Early Childhood Assistant Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-345-3390
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-729-3487
STEM, 4-H Extension Educator
Program Areas:
STEM, Extension Assistant Professor, Extension Specialist
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-439-2231
College and Career Readiness, 4-H Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-472-3027
4-H Youth Development, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-223-1384
Assistant Professor, Extension Specialist
402-472-2957
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-727-2775
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-584-3830
Water & Integrated Cropping Systems Extension Educator
402-821-2151
Dryland Cropping Systems Specialist, Extension Specialist
308-632-1230
Irrigated Cropping Systems Extension Educator
308-754-5422
Irrigated Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-946-3843
Cropping Systems, Extension Educator
308-324-5501
Cropping Systems Extension Educator, Lead Educator, Box Butte County
308-762-5616

Departments

Resources

Click2SciencePD

Click2SciencePD offers STEM professional development resources for out-of-school time programs.
Shared By: Saundra Frerichs
Screenshot of the website Nebraska 4-H Entomology Manual

Nebraska 4-H Entomology Manual

Manual for the 4-H Entomology project in Nebraska
Entomology | 4-H Youth Development | UNL Marketplace
Shared By: Wayne Ohnesorg
Screenshot of the website STEAM Clothing 1: FUNdamentals

STEAM Clothing 1: FUNdamentals

Beginning Clothing & Textile Curriculum
STEAM Clothing 1: FUNdamentals | Consumer and Family Sciences | Curriculum | 4-H Youth Development | UNL Marketplace
Shared By: Jacie Milius
Screenshot of the website STEAM Clothing 2: Simply Sewing

STEAM Clothing 2: Simply Sewing

Intermediate Clothing & Textile Curriculum
STEAM Clothing 2: Simply Sewing | Consumer and Family Sciences | Curriculum | 4-H Youth Development | UNL Marketplace
Shared By: Jacie Milius
Screenshot of the website STEAM Clothing 3: A Stitch Further

STEAM Clothing 3: A Stitch Further

Advanced Clothing & Textiles Curriculum
STEAM Clothing 3: A Stitch Further | Consumer and Family Sciences | Curriculum | 4-H Youth Development | UNL Marketplace
Shared By: Jacie Milius
Screenshot of the website Nebraska Regional Food Systems Initiative

Nebraska Regional Food Systems Initiative

All of us rely on the food system, but it’s not always clear what role we play or how we can make it better. Nebraska Extension is poised to assist all Nebraskans to become better acquainted with their food system and to work with communities across the state to embark on building a food system that meets the needs of everyone.
Nebraska Regional Food Systems Initiative |
Shared By: Terri James
Screenshot of the website Agroecosystems Entomology Lab Website

Agroecosystems Entomology Lab Website

Website with research, extension, and personnel info for my lab group. Also includes black light trap monitoring data.
Agroecosystems Entomology Lab | Nebraska
Shared By: Julie Peterson
Screenshot of the website Voices for Food

Voices for Food

The Voices for Food materials - The Food Council Creation Guide and the Food Pantry Toolkit will equip communities with tools to provide education and support in the areas of food systems, food councils, collaboration, nutrition, meal preparation, food safety, resource management, guided client-choice pantries, and cultural competency. These tools are meant to improve individual and household food security through community engagement and the use of MyChoice practices in local food pantries.
Voices For Food
Shared By: Lisa Franzen-Castle
Screenshot of the website Winter Wheat Works Initiative - Videos

Winter Wheat Works Initiative - Videos

The Winter Wheat Works Initiative is a local Nebraska Extension effort led by Nathan Mueller, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Educator for Saline, Jefferson, and Gage counties that encourages and supports growers in eastern and south central Nebraska to move from a corn-soybean rotation to a successful flex-rotation where some winter wheat acres are considered each year and strategically integrated into their cropping system. Visit his website at http://croptechcafe.org/winterwheat/
UNL | MediaHub | Winter Wheat Works Initiative
Shared By: Nathan Mueller

Manure.unl.edu

Recycling local manure nutrients before purchasing fertilizer is key to protecting the environment. Manure can be an economic “Win”, due to its fertility value, and a soil quality “Win”, due to its organic matter. But it can also be a community risk, due to odors and pathogens. Our live educational programs, online courses, and resources provide science-based information on economically viable, environmentally sound manure handling systems that also comply with all regulations.
Shared By: Leslie Johnson

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