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Center for Great Plains Studies cooks up local food panel Nov. 12
In 2000, the U.S. Department of Agriculture counted 2,836 farmers markets conducting business in the United States. Thirteen years later, that number is at 8,144 and is still increasing.
The local food movement -- where people. . .
Strivers Row Poets present spoken word performances Nov. 13
The Strivers Row Poets, a group of young, vibrant and talented individuals from across the Northeast, will perform at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on Nov. 13.
"Spoken Word Performances by the Strivers Row Poets" will beg. . .
Lied Center presents 'An Evening with Paula Poundstone' Nov. 7
Always fresh with the latest material, comedian Paula Poundstone will deliver her distinctive brand of wry, intelligent and witty comedy in a performance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Lied Center for Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7.
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'Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska' available
After two years of research, writing and editing, the first edition of "The Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska" is complete and available to the public.
"The atlas is based almost entirely on a relatively large am. . .
City, UNL partner to create unique renewable energy system at NIC
Through a unique renewable energy system, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and Lincoln residents help provide energy to heat and cool Nebraska Innovation Campus when they shower and flush.
The Centralized Renewable Ener. . .
Lied to present anti-bullying play 'Out of Bounds' at North Star Nov. 6
A "must-see" for kids and parents navigating cyberbullying in the social media age, the anti-bullying play "Out of Bounds" makes its way to Lincoln on Nov. 6.
Developed at the University of Iowa, "Out of Bounds" is about a tee. . .