Vibrant and successful rural communities are foundational to the future of rural Nebraska and are important to the success of all Nebraska towns, including urban communities. Rural communities generally are struggling, and many are at risk of chronic and severe decline due to sustained depopulation. We are challenged to not only help add value to rural communities, but to create pathways that allow rural communities to thrive.
- Listening sessions on rural community prosperity scheduled in North Platte, Lincoln
- IANR launches working group focused on rural community prosperity
You're InvitedRural Community Prosperity Listening Sessions
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln wants your ideas on how it can best help rural communities position themselves for economic success.
Two regional listening sessions have been scheduled in October to gather Nebraskans' ideas. Both sessions are open to the public, registration is requested.
- Lincoln - Thursday, October 24, from 8:30 a.m. to noon, at Innovation Campus.
Click the register button below to attend in person or online, via Zoom.
Mobilize University of Nebraska resources to substantially strengthen rural community prosperity.