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Nebraska director Alexander Payne: 'It reflects my ambivalence about my home planet' Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD Alexander Payne, director of About Schmidt, Election and The Descendants, talks to Xan Brooks about his new film, Nebraska. He tells how silent cinema influenced the making of the black-and-white film; what rural environments bring to his film-making; and why the film, which deals with seldom-discussed aspects of American society, could be read as a political statement. Nebraska is released in the UK on Friday Click for more Guardian film reviews: http://www.theguardian.com/film/video/2013/dec/03/nebraska-alexander-payne-video-interview
This video contains scenes from a variety of Nebraska wetlands, including their associated wildlife. The featured segments explore the values wetlands provide and the role they play in the lives of Nebraskans. The educational video is 27 minutes long and is targeted to 4th-6th grade students, but is appropriate for younger and older audiences as well. Nebraska Educational Telecommunications produced the video with funding provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Ducks Unlimited and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
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Nebraska recently became the top beef finishing state, but what does this mean for the state's economy and environment.
Dancing with Robots - UNL computer science students deploy flying robots to mix it up on the dance floor with dance students as both groups learn to navigate an environment of improvised movement ... and fun. For more Nebraska Stories visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories
Nebraska is the home of Merriam, Rio, and Hybrid Turkeys. The rolling hills and bottoms make it a turkey hunters playground. Brian Stephens is in Nebraska in early April when the turkeys are still bunched together. It becomes a target rich environment but you must all content with many more eyes that can cost you the hunt. Brian loves to hunt these midwest long beards with his bow and Carbon Express Arrows.
Title: The potential for wind energy in Nebraska. Topic: Wind energy and the advantage Nebraska has because of our geographical properties. Purpose Statement: To inform my audience how important clean energy and a clean environment is, while communicating our state’s stance, and potential for those very things. Thesis: I intend on communicating the importance of using clean renewable energy locally, and the role wind energy plays in that by talking about how clean energy benefits people and the environment, Nebraska’s current position on wind energy and why, and the geographical potential Nebraska has for producing clean energy. Introduction: Wind energy only accounts for 8% of Nebraska’s total energy production, according to the American Wind Energy Association, yet that still powere...
READ MORE HERE: http://www.farmersjournal.ie/breeding-angus-cattle-in-nebraska-158381/ Jerry and Sharon Connealy run a herd of 2,000 Angus cows in the Nebraskan Sandhills in the USA. Though a good breeding regime and the grazing environment, the deliver highly fertile and hardy animals. Padraig Foley reports.