Community Engagement

Movie Night & Discussion

November 2, 2017

Dinasour

7:00 - 9:00 PM in Hardin Hall Auditorium

October 5, 2017

Chasing Coral

7:00 - 9:00 PM in Hardin Hall Auditorium
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September 7, 2017

Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman Movie

Co-sponsored by School of Natural Resources and Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute

Service Activity

The Big Event

Big Event
"Through service-oriented activities, The Big Event promotes campus and community unity as students come together for one day to express their gratitude for the support from the surrounding community." - Carl, Chris, Homeowner Olive, Mark and Jenny

Event: April 8, 2017: Giving back to our local community.

Coats for Clinton

Coats for Clinton 2017
Linda Kern, Clinton Elementary faculty care coordinator, accepts the Coats for Clinton donations from Dee Ebbeka, SNR Community Engagement Committee member.

Schoolwide collection of coats and winter clothing for Clinton Elementary School

New Mission

The School of Natural Resources Community Engagement Committee is accepting requests from any SNR group planning outreach activities in need of help purchasing promotional materials, including copies, flyers and signs.

In 2017, the committee shifted from utilizing available funds for two annual outreach events to instead focusing on supporting outreach efforts from professors, staff or centers within.

Engage With Us

The School of Natural Resources regularly engages with the community through activities & public speakers.

News

Weatherfest named a Weather-Read Amabassador


Weatherfest named a Weather-Read Amabassador

Weatherfest, an annual weather information event designed to help keep families and communities safe, has been named a Weather-Read Ambassador by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Greater Prairie-Chicken Nesting Not Affected Much by Wind Turbines


Greater Prairie-Chicken Nesting Not Affected Much by Wind Turbines

Some of the best places to generate wind energy in Nebraska are also home to many species of grassland birds. New research offers a better understanding of how one prairie bird responds to wind turbines.

HPRCC partners with Northern Plains tribes to improve drought resilience


HPRCC partners with Northern Plains tribes to improve drought resilience

Over the past several years, the High Plains Regional Climate Center has been working with Native American tribes in the region to help address their on-reservation climate and drought vulnerabilities. In the Missouri River Basin alone, there are 28 tribes with different climate-related challenges.

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