Jesslyn Brown Visit 2015
Lincoln, NE, April 9-10, 2015
Jesslyn Brown, a geographer with the U.S. Geological Survey's Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visits the NDMC on April 9. She has been a collaborator with the NDMC and will present a seminar as part of the Steve Lavin Memorial Lecture Series. The 2:00 p.m. lecture on April 10 is in Hardin Hall and is titled "The Time (and the Pixels) They Are A-Changin'."
Earth Wellness Festival 2015
Lincoln, NE, March 25-26, 2015
NDMC staff Tonya Bernadt, Nicole Wall, and Deb Wood volunteer at the Earth Wellness Festival at Southeast Community College and provide hands-on activities for participants. Fifth grade students from various schools learn about the environment and importance of natural resources. Approximately 3,000 students from various schools attend this annual event.
Bozeman, MT Drought Workshop
Bozeman, MT, March 17-18, 2015
Mike Hayes and Deborah Bathke host and present during a workshop for the Watershed Corps in Montana's Missouri River Basin.
Lincoln, NE, February 19, 2015
Brian Fuchs leads this weekly Midwest and Great Plains Drought Webinar sponsored by NIDIS.
Wind River Webinar 2015
Lincoln, NE, February 18, 2015
Wind River Training and Planning Webinar, led by Mike Hayes, addresses the importance of drought planning to the Wind River Water Board and discusses the agenda for the March 3 workshop.
Community Capitals Framework Webinar
Lincoln, NE, January 28, 2015
Deborah Bathke and Nicole Wall participate in the NIDIS EPC group-sponsored Community Capitals Framework webinar.
Caribbean Drought Training Workshops
Bridgetown, Barbados, January 19-23, 2015
Mark Svoboda, Brian Fuchs, and Chris Poulsen will participate and present at drought training workshops, "Building Regional Climate Capacity in the Caribbean," in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Climate Masters of Nebraska 2015
Lincoln, NE, January 15-March 19
Climate Masters of Nebraska is an adult education program which was developed to teach about climate change and ways to reduce your carbon footprint. The course is free and lasts 10 weeks. Registration is required.