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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.
Coming Soon! Successful Farmer Series
This is an exciting new program designed to provide numerous educational opportunities to farmers, landowners or anyone involved in agriculture that wants to increase their knowledge. All of the workshop series will be held at the Lancaster Extension Education Center in Lincoln. This will be a very informal series and the speakers will interact with the attendees in order to answer questions. 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
How to Help Preschoolers Manage Their Emotions after a Disaster
As adults, we need to remember that preschoolers have limited understanding of disasters, and this may lead them to experience difficulty managing and expressing their negative emotions. During a stressful time, children need adults’ extended patience and understanding more than ever. Learn more
House Dust Mite Management
House dust mites are found in most homes. They are microscopic and do not bite. The concern about dust mites is people are allergic to them. Cleaning and non-toxic approaches should give adequate control for house dust mites in our area. Learn more about House Dust Mites
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For southeastern Nebraska residents: Is there a lawn and gardening topic you would like to learn more about? Sarah Browning is an Extension Educator with Nebraska Extension and can be contacted by phone at (402) 441-7180: by mail at 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln, NE 68528: or by e-mail at email@example.com. If you live outside of southeastern Nebraska, contact your local university extension office.