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Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska
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Working to ensure a water and food secure world.
Working to ensure a water and food secure world.

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On the blog: This year's Water and Natural Resources Tour focused on Nebraska’s central Platte River basin, one of the state's most important surface water resources. Intern Jasmine Mausbach shares her experience.

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After weeks of research, student interns working with the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute ventured into the field to learn from a Nebraska farming community firsthand: how people communicate, who they trust and why. http://wfiglobal.org/QmDe30dBtVg

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A new program at the University of Nebraska gamifies the growing season — sparking friendly competition between growers and scientists. Learn more about TAPS, co-led by Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute Faculty Fellow Daran Rudnick. http://wfiglobal.org/IUU530dzqLI

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Working to ensure a water and food secure world is imperative with a population expected to increase 40 percent by 2050. #worldpopulationday #WPD2017
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Executive Director Peter G. McCornick addresses the current state of global water and food security, including technological advances and the institute's role in finding solutions. http://wfiglobal.org/SZbB30d27lt via @BioNebraska

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On July 1, Nebraska's NRDs celebrate 45 years of protecting and sustaining natural resources and the environment. https://youtu.be/EOWVsBSr3dA

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Earlier this month, DWFI program coordinator Kate Gibson presented the University of Nebraska's collaborative farm database project that creates a user-friendly web portal to help producers, researchers, Nebraska's Natural Resources Districts, and others make more informed decisions. http://wfiglobal.org/Yamd30cOwMy

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In June 2017, a group of Nebraska K-12 educators took part in the first workshop of the Water Education Leaders for Secondary Science program. WELS2 is a 15-month program designed to help teachers develop stronger knowledge of water and water resources that can be translated into the classroom. https://youtu.be/U7SNO91vf9I

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