Making A Difference
Impact Summary Reports
- 2012 - Year in Review
- Beef Systems
- Learning Child
- Guardianship/Conservator Training Program
- Crops - Youth Programming
- Agricultural Economics
- Cropping Systems Productivity
- Food, Nutrition & Health
- Agriculture Water Management
- Animal Manure Management
- Water Climate Environment - Community
- Business Ventures and Innovation
- ECAP - Entrepreneurial Communities
- ESI and Beyond
- NACO Institute of Excellence
UNL Extension Entrepreneurship
We provide research-based programs and education to support the development of Nebraska's communities, businesses and youth entrepreneurs.
For more information about the UNL eShip workgroup, current programming, and webinars - go to http://etraining.unl.edu.
Here's a new tool for value-added producers who are interested in online marketing of their specialty food products. Flip through the 52-page online tutorial to get great ideas, hear vides clips from successful producers, and learn how to better market your products. Chances are you already know many of these successful producers. Produced by UNL, NDSU Extension.
Join other producers across Nebraska who are combining their marketing efforts through a Buy Fresh/Buy Local membership. For a small membership fee, members are listed in a beautiful, professionally designed directory with listings of producers, restaurants, stores, farmers' markets & institutions that sell locally produced food. Check out the BFBL membership page for more benefits.
COMING SOON - 2012 Broadband Connecting Nebraska Conference, October 2 at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln, NE. Vint Cerf, Google Vice President & Chief Internet Evangelist will be the keynote speaker.
Check out the new Broadband Map and who all provides Internet service to your location. Go to http://broadbandmap.nebraska.gov
Teams of volunteers across Nebraska are working to identify issues and develop plans for their areas. If you want to learn more about the Nebraska Broadband Initiative, contact the Coach for your region. Join other Nebraskans in the efforts to bring vital high speed Internet access to all Nebraskans.
Upcoming Recipe to Reality Seminars
The one-day “Recipe to Reality” seminar is the first step in developing a food business. It is specifically designed to provide entrepreneurs with an understanding of the key issues they will need to consider when starting a food business. Seminars are provided throughout the year. Visit the UNL Food Processing Center website for seminar dates and locations.
Community Connections -Building a bridge between youth entrepreneurs and their communities
Broadband Initiative - Planning Internet access for the future
EntrepreneurShip Investigation (ESI) – Education youth, ages 10-19
NebraskaEDGE® - Business education
Nebraska Cooperative Development Center - Education & Technical Assistance for Cooperatives
Food Processing Center - One-Stop Resource for Food Manufacturers
Nebraska SARE Program - Sustainable Education and Assistance for Farming & Ranching
Red Carpet Services - Online Education for Customer Service
eXtension.org — Entrepreneurs and Their Communities - National eXtension Resources