Enhance the value of your cattle operation. Cost is $60 per session or $160 for all three sessions; includes proceedings and meals. Please register one week prior to the program. Dates are: Thursday, June 2, 2011; Wednesday, November 16, 2011; and Wednesday, January 25, 2012. Please see the Richardson County website for more information and to see a flyer about the topics at www.richardson.unl.edu
A beef production clinic will be held Wednesday, January 25 at the Agricultural Research and Development Center in Mead. The day-long session will deal with calving management and calf care. Also, covered will be tips on selecting the right sire for your herd and pasture renovation.
Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is an unbiased, research-based education class designed to help separating and divorcing parents cope with divorce and custody. Parents learn to answer the children's questions and keep their children safe and out of their conflict. Co-Parenting for Successful Kids strengthens communication skills that can improve interactions with children and the other parent. The goal of Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is to develop respectful, responsive and resonsible co-parenting.
These FCE and Community Leader Training Lessons give you the tools to present the topic as a program. Extension provides a teaching outline for the facilitator and a handout for participants. Non-FCE members or groups should call Pam at 402-441-7180 to register for these lessons so materials can be prepared.
Learn how to bring out nurturing, caring behaviors in children. All Providers will receive 2 credit hours per training they attend. Flier and registration found at http://dodge.unl.edu/childcareprovider