This webinar will cover a variety of thoughts about how pollinators and their habitat and health needs can mesh with a wide range of sustainability needs that include important topics like: • Solar Power • Precision Agriculture • Water Quality • Soil Health • Grassland Songbird populations • Monarch butterfly population recovery • Native Bee & Honey Bee health
Understanding the principles of soil health can allow you to recognize healthy soil and provide ways for you to "unlock" your farm's potential. Soil health is more than just a buzzword. This presentation will dig in and help you identify key resources available to you and your farm. Healthy, fully functioning soil provides an environment that sustains and nourishes plants, soil microbes and beneficial insects. Managing for soil health is one of the easiest and most effective ways to increase productivity and profitability while improving the environment.
April 25th is our Lincoln Earth Day "CHaRM" Event. It's NRC's annual collection for hard to recycle materials, held at Nebraska Innovation Campus from 10am-1pm. Bring your household goods, clothing, electronics, scrap metal, batteries, EPS foam, and paper for shredding!
The Nebraska Recycling Council has grant funds of up to $20,000 for the purchase of recycling equipment. Funding for these grants is provided by the Nebraska Environmental Trust. Any Nebraska organization including schools, municipalities and other government entities, nonprofit organizations and recycling companies are eligible.
In support of recent guidelines issued by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), we recognize that one of the best ways to reduce the spread of this virus is social distancing and limiting the number of people assembled in close quarters. With health and safety concerns in mind, here are details about temporary changes to service delivery to you and our valued members.
Nebraska Recycling Council would like to give a big thanks to Allo for a decade of free fiber internet! We were one of 77 local non-profits to receive this generous gift earlier this year as part of their Community Connect program.
These are the bills NRC has been monitoring in the Nebraska Legislature this session.
NDEE sends periodic e-mail updates and news, including links to supporting tools and resources or upcoming outreach opportunities and events.
Leah Meyer joined the Nebraska Recycling Council this January and is committed to supporting all Nebraska communities in utilizing their resources and providing value to its residents.