4-H Assistant Position Opening
Nebraska Extension in Washington County is seeking two energetic self-starters to work as part of a team to promote 4-H, recruit and train volunteers, and conduct and evaluate educational programs both in 4-H clubs and other venues such as classrooms and out-of-school programs. Some evening and weekend hours required.
Bachelor's degree required in education, youth development or closely related field. Expertise in large animal science, FCS and/or SET/STEM desirable. Good interpersonal, communication, organizational and leadership skills a must. Proficiency with word processing and ‘presentations' software also necessary.
To request an application call 402-426-9455, pick up at 597 Grant Street (Suite 200), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or download from http://washington.unl.edu. Applications due January 27.
Washington County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Washington County Highlights
- 2014 Farm Bill Resources
- 2014 Farm Program Decisions Presentation - by Tim Lemmons, UNL Extension Educator from Norfolk
- 2014 Farm Bill Producer Education Presentation -by Nick Elting FSA County Executive Director for the Washington County FSA Office
- 2014 Farm Bill Decision Tools
- Washington County Extension: Proud Past, Promising Future
With the Extension system nationwide celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, we've been looking back at the history of Extension in Washington County. I thought you might enjoy a peek at what we found out about these "Frequently Asked Questions / Comments." click to continue...
- Storm Clean-up Resources
- Land Owners and Managers Update
- 2014 Co-Parenting Courses
We have complied a collection of resources to help those that have been affected by recent storms. More...
Marketing 2014 Calves
With current price levels, cow/calf producers could see good profits when selling 2014 calves. Aaron Berger, UNL Extension educator, outlines a few options to consider when thinking about marketing this year's calf crop. UNL's Beef website features more information on Livestock Risk Protection Insurance and determining costs of production.
Storing Distillers Grains
Distillers grains have become much cheaper, compared with earlier in the year. Aaron Stalker, UNL Extension beef range systems specialist, explains why using distillers grains could benefit producers – if they can properly store the product. More resources on storing distillers grains can be found here.
UNL Extension's Hort Update for August 18, 2014
An email newsletter designed to assist horticulture professionals and Extension staff with seasonal environmental topics for lawns, trees and shrubs, landscape ornamentals, fruits and vegetables, and miscellaneous items. Share with your colleagues and friends Hort Update, Visit our web site for archived issues .
UNL Extension cropping system experts discuss the latest updates on cropping issues in Nebraska such as appearance of Pythium in corn and soybeans, wheat disease updates, and a new UNL climate app. During the growing season, each weeks CropWatch newsletter is posted on Fridays at http://cropwatch.unl.edu/
Acreage Insights e-News for September 2014
The Acreage Insights e-News, published by UNL Extension Acreage team, is a monthly electronic newsletter providing acreage owners with timely information to better manage their rural living environment. Click here to subscribe to this newsletter or check out the team's Acreage Insight web resources (http://acreage.unl.edu/).
UNL Extension's BeefWatch for September 2014
Check out the latest issue of UNL BeefWatch Newsletter. newsletter, designed to assist Beef producers and professionals. You may subscribe to receive this newsletter in your email and view the latest summaries on beef industry issues at http://Beef.UNL.edu
As a leader in your community, often you are asked to present a program to club meetings, civic groups or professional organizations. Finding information for such a program and then organizing it can be challenging and time consuming. Look no further!
Faculty from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension are providing you research-based, educational program resources free-of-charge. Information in each program is based on research from educational institutions around the world. The programs listed reflect the variety of topics which our clientele cite as issues within their communities. Congratulations on leading your organization to a greater understanding of these priorities! For lessons....
Making A Difference
Impact Summary Reports
- UNL Extension Impact Report
- Beef Systems
- 4-H Impact Report
- The Learning Child
- Guardianship / Conservator Training Program
- Agricultural Economics
- Cropping Systems Productivity
- Crop / Plant Science - Youth Education
- Food, Nutrition & Health
- Agriculture Water Management
- Animal Manure Management
- Water, Climate & Environment - Community
- Business Ventures and Innovation
- Nebraska Broadband Initiative
- Entrepreneurial Communities
- ESI and Beyond
Provides current grain/livestock market commentary and analysis; weather, climate, and soil moisture updates; practical advice from seasoned, working producers; and more.
View entire episodes or search for answers to your plant, yard, and insect problems. Watch Backyard Farmer live on NET1 April to mid September (Thursday, 7:00 pm CT).
Audio and video interviews with University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension specialists and educators on topics ranging from crop and livestock production to health and nutrition to lawn and garden care, and more.