Partners includes, commodity groups, government, business and educational entities.
Informing and engaging our partners in current research and outreach related to food, fuel, water, landscapes, and people.
- Develop a consistent message that encompasses food, fuel, water, landscapes and agriculture’s important relationship with natural resources, the environment and society.
- Coordinate efforts among statewide partners to collectively work together to develop, deliver and assess innovative and effective educational programs on food, fuel, water, landscapes, and people with a focus on real-world challenges.
- Public and state government agencies will recognize the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a source for up-to-date, unbiased information on food, fuel, water, landscapes and people issues, and the integrated stewardship of agriculture and natural resources.
- Agencies report increased awareness of challenges to food, fuel, water, landscapes, and people issues.
- Increased grants and contracts with partners related to science literacy.
- Develop courses for partners that inform them on current research and outreach related to food, fuel, water, landscapes, and people.
- Offer professional development opportunities for partners focused on utilizing their educational programming related to food, fuel, water, and landscapes systems as models for K-12 science instruction.
- Work with partners to maximize resources related to increasing science literacy.