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Heuermann Lecture

Space for Ag: NASA Satellites and Science to Support Food and Water Security

Date: Time: 3:30 pm–5:30 pm
Nebraska East Union Room: Great Plains Room
Additional Info: NEU
Contact: Jessie Brophy, (402) 472-7080,
The Heuermann Lecture, “Space for Ag: Satellites and Science to Support Water and Food Security” is featuring keynote speaker NASA Earth Sciences Division Director Karen St. Germain and panelists Mark Svoboda, Brandon Hunnicutt and Jackson Stansell, is hosted by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

The Space for Ag initiative within the Earth Science division of NASA promotes the use of Earth observation to strengthen food and water security, support market stability, and protect human livelihood. Together with the National Drought Mitigation Center, a Nebraska producer, and an ag tech entrepreneur, this discussion will focus on promoting food security, water resources and agricultural resilience through the use of satellite data and space technology.

Additional Public Info:
3:30 p.m.(CST) - Reception
4:00 p.m.(CST) - Lecture
No cost and open to the public, no RSVP required.
Lectures are streamed live online.

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