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Nebraska Extension Crop Management Training – Soil Health Clinic

Date: Time: All Day
Virtual - sessions will be taped, edited and brought online at a later date - watch for details!
Directions: https://extension.unl.edu/statewide/enre/enrec-map-and-directions/
Contact: Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator, (402) 624-8030, kglewen1@unl.edu
***NOTICE: Update on University of Nebraska Crop Management Diagnostic Clinics for summer 2020.**

- Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and in an effort to protect the health and safety or our participants and presenters - we will bring the training online, directly to you this year, since in-person training will not be available. So here is the plan for 2020:

- Our presenters have been busy getting ready for virtual clinics. We have kept the clinic pots active throughout the pandemic and even though we can’t meet in person this year, we have lots to share! The sessions will be recorded at the Crop Management Diagnostic Clinic site at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center on the actual days that the clinics “would” have occurred.

- Shortly after, the sessions will be edited down and broken into smaller modules and made available online.

- The sessions can be purchased and viewed at the participant’s convenience.

- This will NOT be a live virtual training, but rather an opportunity for participants to participate online when it is convenient for them. We look forward to bringing you quality education from trusted presenters and research-based information. The link for the classes will be shared via social media, emails and on this website.

- Questions, please email kglewen1@unl.edu or call (402)624-8030. We will continue to post updates as more details become available.

Nebraska Extension’s Midwest Soil Health Clinic provides a virtual experience to learn more about the components of soil health.

According to Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator, this outdoor training experience will be of value to home and acreage owners, farm operators and industry consultants. Glewen says, “One of our objectives of this training is to communicate with participants the dynamics of the soil which includes physical, chemical and biological properties. Hopefully this information will aid urban and rural stewards of the soil to implement practices to improve soil health.”
Healthy plants start with healthy soil. This clinic provides excellent learning for those who work with crops, turf, gardens and more.
CCA credits have been applied for and are pending.

Trainers include UNL faculty and resource personnel from the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service.

Registration fee and topics TBA. Contact the Nebraska Extension CMDC Programs, 1071 County Road G, Ithaca, NE 68033, call (800) 529-8030, fax (402) 624-8010, e-mail cdunbar2@unl.edu or visit the Web at https://enrec.unl.edu/crop.

The clinics modules will offer the following:
• CCA credits in relevant subject matter
• Learn from the unbiased expertise of university and industry agricultural specialists.
• Up-to-date, current, research-based information is presented.
• Actual on-site plot demonstrations will be featured online
• The training sessions consistently receive excellent reviews.
• The program will be taped at a site specifically developed for the training at the University of Nebraska Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead, Nebraska.
• Money back guarantee if not completely satisfied with the training.

https://enre.unl.edu/crop/

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