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The free Nov/Dec 2015 Edition of the NEBLINE Newsletter is now on-line
This month's feature: "Chill Out Over the Holidays by Freezing Foods Ahead". Find this story here.
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Pollinator Habitat Live Cam: Tune in to view the habitat change through the seasons.
Caring for Houseplants You've Had Outdoors
When houseplants are brought back indoors in fall, seasonal light levels have started to fall back from their mid-summer high intensity. Light levels drop even more inside the house. Temperatures have also dropped and wind evaporation that plants experienced while outdoors has stopped. Learn more
4-H Specialty Clubs Invite New Members
Several Lancaster County specialty 4-H clubs are looking for new 4-H members. Both current 4-H members and those interested in joining 4-H are invited to join these clubs. Learn more
Fall Home Maintenance
Maintenance should be done year round but there are special tasks that should be completed each fall. This is important in order to provide a healthy environment for the family and keep repair cost at a reduced amount. Whether you own or rent, live in an apartment or a house periodic maintenance checking is necessary. Learn more
Annual Cool-Season Forages For Late-Fall Or Early-Spring Double-Crop
Planting cool-season annuals following grain or corn silage harvest is an economical way to produce high-quality forage. This free Nebraska Extension publication provides information about how to use small grains and brassicas to produce forage within cash cropping systems. Learn more
Free Class! Make Ahead Freezer Meals
Wouldn’t it be nice to come home and know dinner is assembled and “in the bag,” ready to be cooked? Alice Henneman, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, will share tips, recipes and an extensive handout for creating “Make-Ahead Freezer Meals.” This free class is Nov. 19, 6:30–8 p.m. Bryan Health East Campus Plaza Conference Center, 1600 S. 48 St. in Lincoln. Pre-registration required by calling 402-481-8886.