In attics and garages, underneath beds, piled in corners or just closeted away, our heritage is slowly but surely disintegrating. Based on an NET Television program featuring professionals from the Nebraska State Historical Society's Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center and the State Library Commission, this site provides practical and effective methods to help ensure that artifacts, photographs, and documents will survive into the future.
This television program features a wide variety of segments, including some shot on location around Nebraska, some shot in the highly specialized laboratories at the Ford Conservation Center in Omaha, and some shot at special Heirloom Health Clinics.
live streaming schedule & on demand videos
|NET News: Binge - Linda Major||This is a news segment concerned with drinking on college campus. Linda Major of Nebraska...|
|NET News: Binge - Peter Lake||The third news segment of Peter Lake from Stetson University College of Law, who states that...|
|NET News: Binge - Dennis McChargue||This news snippet showcases Dennis McChargue, University of Nebraska Department of Psychology, on...|
|NET News: Binge - Rob Turrisi||This is a news segment concerned with drinking on college campus. Rob Turrisi, of Penn State...|
|Art Treasures of Nebraska: Native American Clothing||Sioux, Omaha, Kiowa. A Sioux dress with ornate beading is typical of traditional Lakota ceremonial...|
|Nebraska Stories: Remembering Early Children's Programming||An excerpt from Nebraska Stories focused on the early days of children's television shows. In...|
|Nebraska Stories: Inside the Cornhusker Marching Band, 204||Go inside the world of the Husker Marching Band with Ethan Parks, a Tuba player in the UNL Marching...|
|Capitol Conversations: Sen. Danielle Conrad, 1/26/11||Fred Knapp presents this NET Public Affairs capsule that centers on Nebraska State Senator Danielle...|
|Nebraska Stories: An Interview with Mari Sandoz, 203||An interview with famous Nebraska Writer Mari Sandoz taped in the NET studios in 196. Author of...|
|Art Treasures of Nebraska: Karl Bodmer||"Mato-Tope (Four Bears) Mandan Chief (1834)" Karl Bodmer captured the character and pride of...|