March 2, 2017 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM in Hardin Hall Auditorium
Event: April 8 from 9 am to 1 pm
Sign Up Deadline: March 17, 2017
Registration: Sign-up with the School of Natural Resources
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.
The School of Natural Resources regularly engages with the community through activities & public speakers.
Changes in climate do not necessarily translate into changes to management practices and interactions between sectors remain quite complex. Those topics were key discussions during the Northern Great Plains Regional engagement workshop for the Fourth National Climate Assessment
If you could produce the same amount of food with fewer resources, wouldn't you? That is the goal of new research led by Justin Gibson, a PhD student in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources and a Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute student support grantee. The research recently was published in the Journal of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. UNL hydrogeophysicst and DWFI Faculty Fellow Trenton Franz is also involved with the project.
It may have replaced the dwindling eastern wolf atop many food chains, but the eastern coyote lacks the chops to become the big-game hunter of an ecosystem, new research led by a University of Nebraska-Lincoln ecologist shows. But a study from John Benson and colleagues provides evidence that the eastern coyote hunts moose and other large prey far less frequently than does the eastern wolf - instead preferring to attack smaller game or scavenge human leftovers.
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