News & Information
The March 2020 Edition of the NEBLINE Newsletter is free on-line
Feature article: Nutrition Education Program Fosters Healthy Families and Communities
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Cultivating Healthy Lifestyles
The Nutrition Education Program (NEP) helps families on a limited budget improve the quality of their diet. NEP participants acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior changes necessary to improve their health. NEP is free to all participants who meet income guidelines. Learn more - visit Lancaster County NEP on Facebook.
Simple Tips & Recipes for Everyday Life
On the UNL Food and Fitness team's web site at https://food.unl.edu, you'll find information on food, fitness and fitness, educational resources, food safety and preservation, local foods and more. The Nebline Newsletter also features a section on Food and Health in each issue with recipes, helpful tips, and nutrition information.
Get Your Wildlife Questions Answered
As we move into spring, you may have more encounters with wildlife. Whether you are just curious about that snake on your sidewalk or need to address a nusiance critter, resources are available 24/7/365. Visit Nebraska Extension Wildlife and Nebraska's Guide to Snakes, Turtles, Frogs, Lizards and Salamanders
Recent Ag Programs are now Archived On-line
Video recordings of Nebraska Extension’s recent “Successful Farmer Series” and “Managing Agricultural Land in 2020 and Beyond” (aka “Landlord/Tenant Cash Rent”) workshops are now archived online. Go to https://lancaster.unl.edu/ag
Lancaster County 4-H is for You!
Open to all youth ages 5–18, the Nebraska Extension 4-H youth development program emphasizes: 4-H science, citizenship and leadership, agricultural literacy, career development, college readiness and healthy lifestyles. Lancaster County 4-H is a partnership between the Lancaster County government and Nebraska Extension. Learn more about Lancaster County Nebraska 4-H
What Lawn & Garden Topics are on Your MInd?
If you live in southeastern Nebraska and have a lawn and gardening topic you'd like to learn more about, contact Sarah Browning, Extension Educator. Sarah can be reached by phone at (402) 441-7180: by mail at 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln, NE 68528: or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you live outside of southeastern Nebraska, contact local extension office for information specific to your region.