RC&D COUNCIL MEETING POSTPONED
Due to weather conditions, the regular meeting of the Northeast Nebraska RC&D Council has postponed from this evening to next Monday, January 29th at 7pm at the RC&D Office in Plainview.
GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY 23RD
Due to the adverse weather forecast for February 9th, the Grant Writing Workshop originally scheduled for Feb 9th has been postponed until February 23rd; Plainview Library; 9:30am to 3:30pm.
The workshop will begin at 9:30am and will be led by instructors Laura Dendinger of Wayne State College, Joan Scheel of USDA Rural Development, and Jan Jorgensen of RC&D. Participants will learn valuable techniques to improve grant writing success, will prepare a draft grant proposal, and will receive one-on-one grant proposal review at this workshop.
The cost of the event is $50 per person and includes instruction, materials, personal grant review, and lunch. Registrations for this event must be received by February 14, 2018. To register, contact the Northeast RC&D office at 402-582-4866; e-mail RC&D at email@example.com; or fill out the form below and click the light gray "submit" button at the bottom. Registrants will receive an e-mail with an invoice and secure Paypal link to remit registration fee with credit card.
Be sure to register early because seats are limited. Please allow 2 to 5 days to receive your invoice for payment.
WINTER BIRDFEEDER WATCH EVENT COMING TO PLAINVIEW LIBRARY
The Northeast Nebraska Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council in partnership with Nebraska Game & Parks, Northern Prairie Lands Trust and the Plainview Public Library are hosting Project Feeder Watch on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018. This free event will be held at the Plainview Library, 209 N. Pine St., from 10:00 a.m. until noon. No registration required. Questions can be addressed to Jamie Bachmann, Wildlife Education Assistant, at Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids, families, and bird lovers of all ages and experience levels are encouraged to attend Project Feeder Watch. Join us for a fun and informative presentation from 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. followed by Feeder Watch data collection and cozy winter treats from 10:30 a.m. until noon. Participants will leave with the confidence and materials to continue Project Feeder Watch in their own backyard. Join in on this hands-on learning experience and free door prizes.
Project Feeder Watch is a citizen science project out of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Citizen science is a way for the public to contribute to the scientific understanding of the natural world. Participants will learn how to identify and count backyard feeders birds under the Project Feeder Watch protocol. The data collected will help to understand changes in bird populations.
Embrace the winter. Count feeder birds for science! It’ll be fun.