Solve Climate by 2030

On April 7th from 6-7:30 PM, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Environmental Studies Program will be hosting one of over 100 webinars occurring worldwide in April as part of the Solve Climate by 2030 initiative out of the Center for Environmental Policy at Bard College. Each webinar will focus on ambitious but feasible regional actions that

Arbor Day Middle & Secondary Educator Workshop

Arbor Day Middle & Secondary Educator Workshop is for educators of children grades 4th through 12th, and is occurring April 13th from 6:30-8:00 PM via Zoom. Chrissy Land, NFS Western Nebraska Community Forester, will be a guest speaker at the workshop. During this workshop we will focus on PLT's Teaching with iTree curriculum which is

WET Earth Day Educator Workshop

WET Earth Day Educator Workshop is for educators of children grades preK through 12th, and is occurring April 14th and 21st from 6:30-8:00 PM via Zoom. There is no better time to splash into Project WET activities and get your hands wet with your students than springtime, especially in April for Earth Day! During this

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Shred Day – Union Bank & Trust

27th and Pine Lake Branch 6801 S 27th St., Lincoln

Join us on Saturday, April 17, for Shred Day 2021! Bring up to 50 pounds of documents to be shredded for free, thanks to our friends at Paper Tiger Shredding. This year, we’re doing something new: UBT is partnering with the Food Bank of Lincoln to make Shred Day an opportunity to give back to your

Mini Earth Day Omaha

Elmwood Park, Omaha, NE 6232 Pacific St., Omaha

Group Rides to Earth Day Omaha Meet around 10:30am | Locations throughout the city Mode Shift Omaha is leading group rides to Elmwood Park from multiple meet up points throughout the city! Groups are leaving from the following locations around 10:30am to get to Earth Day Omaha by about 11am: BENSON | BLACKSTONE | CULVERS in

Arbor Day Early Childhood Educator Workshop

Arbor Day Early Childhood Educator Workshop is for educators of early childhood and early elementary students, and is occurring April 19th from 6:30-8:00 PM via Zoom. During this workshop we will focus on PLT's Nature Activities for Families curriculum which is perfect for using with early childhood audiences alongside Arbor Day celebrations! These fun and

NIPL Regenerative Farming Panel

Nebraska IPL is promoting the film Kiss the Ground during the month of April. Kiss the Ground is an engaging film which makes the connection between taking care of the soil and addressing climate change. The film is narrated by film and television star Woody Harrelson. It creates portraits of individuals engaged in regenerative agriculture

Get to Know Your Water

Join Conservation Nebraska, the Nebraska Water Center and the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute for an event about Nebraska water. We will be joined by Dan Snow, Allison Busher, and Tania Biswas for presentations about understanding and monitoring Nebraska's water quality. Dan Snow, lab director of the Water Sciences Lab at the University of

Nebraska Nature Nerd Night

What’s the Buzz With Nebraska’s Wild Bees? Nebraska Nature Nerd Night is a free, virtual series for curious adults, exploring the secrets and science of nature in Nebraska through storytelling and conversation. Join hosts and science educators from Nebraska Game & Parks at 7pm Central on the third Tuesday of every month, as we interview experts in

Solar Power for Farms, Homes, and Businesses

Please join us on Zoom for this special Earth Month event to learn about solar options for your farm, home, or business. Our guest speakers will be Jeff Berggren and Michael Shonka. All Nebraska solar installers are invited to attend this event and contribute to the Q&A and discussion following the presentation. Jeff Berggren manages GenPro Energy Solutions projects

Conservation Career Chat

Conservation Career Chat Conservation Officer- Travis Shepler Travis Shepler will discuss the challenges he has faced in the field, how he got started in this career, and advice for anyone interested in being an officer. During the chat, the public will be encouraged to ask questions relating to the career field. The series is held

How to Become a Community Scientist

Anyone can be a community scientist! Join Lincoln City Libraries staff and Alie Mayes of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to learn about how you can participate in community science, and the Lincoln City Nature Challenge! These projects are great for educators, homeschool groups, retirees, and people of all ages and abilities who want

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