Know your numbers, know your options

Next 'Know Your Numbers, Know Your Options' Record-Keeping Course Starts August 1

Making decisions for your farm and ranch can be stressful. However, having good financial records can help make the decision making process easier.

To help farmers and ranchers improve their record keeping and decision making, Nebraska Extension will be holding its next four-part “Know Your Numbers, Know Your Options” course online, on Saturdays in August from 9 a.m. to noon CDT, beginning Aug. 1.

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Circles of Support: Building Resilience Together

Focusing on your resilience right now can help you get through tough times. There are several things that contribute to your resilience and connecting with other people can improve them all. That’s why we should work on Building Resilience Together.

Start by reaching out to a group of 5 to 10 people and talking about what you are going through. Getting together virtually with small circle of people can help you foster hope, make a plan, take care of yourself and find meaning. It can help you cope now and get ready not just to bounce back, but to bounce forward.

We’ve created a Women in Agriculture Learning Circle Guide: Building Resilience Together to help you and provide structure for your circle’s conversations and activities.

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Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference

Save the date!

The 36th annual Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference returns to Kearney Feb. 18-19, 2021

For presentations from the 2020 workshop, visit our Past Conferences page.

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Working on your resilience right now, even if you are still dealing with or recovering from the disaster, can help you get through this. There are several things that contribute to your resilience, and connecting with other people can improve them all. That’s why we should work on Building Resilience Together. 

Start by reaching out to to a group of 5 to 10 people and talking about what you are going through. Getting together regularly with small circle of people can help you foster hope, make a plan, take care of yourself and find meaning. It can help you cope now and get ready not just to bounce back, but to bounce forward. 

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