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The free November/December 2016 Edition of the NEBLINE Newsletter is now on-line

This issue's feature: "Look Who's Hatching: Preschoolers Explore Egg-Laying Animals". Find this article and more here.

Cherry Creek Habitat Weather Station

Live Web cam view: Cherry Creek Habitat

Upcoming Events
Now Offering Hands-On 4-H Activities For After-School Programs with Middle-Schoolers

Lancaster County 4-H staff are offering to present hands-on activities for after-school programs with middle school-age youth. Activities can range from 1–2 times a week for 1–6 weeks. Schedules can be very flexible based on your needs. Currently offered through January 31, 2017. Topics Offered & Details

Successful Farmer Series

Agriculture is a challenging industry and farm owners and operators are inherently required to understand and make decisions based on a wide range of topics. Now's the time to register for the Successful Farmer Series. Pick the workshops most relevant to you. Workshops are held every other Friday (except Dec. 30) starting December 16th and going through March 3rd. Workshops & Registration

You can help develop #TrueLeaders!

This is a terrific time to start a 4-H Club in your neighborhood. Our 4-H staff have all the resources and support new leaders need to be successful! Complete the on-line Interest Form today.

November Garden Guide

Colder weather is on the horizon but there is still time to get those spring flowering bulbs in the ground. Once the ground freezes, you'll want to mulch your small fruit plants like strawberries. Visit the November Garden Guide for more Tips and Resources

Identification Guide: Common Spiders of Nebraska

Spiders play an important role as predators of insects in the landscape.Many people appreciate their value, but they are still fearful and avoid them. This guide will help you identify some of the more common spiders found in and around our homes and landscapes. View here

7 Super Things Parents and Caregivers Can Do

1. Talk often with your children from the day they are born. 2. Hug them, hold them and respond to their needs and interests. 3. Listen carefully as your children communicate with you. ..... Read more

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