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 Statewide: Omaha's Choice, 5/11/01||Whether you live in Omaha or not, you probably already know that they’re picking a new mayor next...|
|Statewide: Star Link, 5/18/01||UNL agronomy professor Don Lee shows how a genetically engineered crop is developed|
|NET News Statewide: Star Link, 5/18/01||UNL agronomy professor Don Lee talks about the possibility of health risks from StarLink:|
|NET News Statewide: Star Link, 5/18/01||Wisner farmer Gary Godbersen comments on possible StarLink problems this year.|
|NET News Statewide: Star Link, 5/18/01||Nebraska Corn Growers president Mark Schweers discusses who is to blame for the StarLink problem|
|NET News Statewide: Star Link, 5/18/01||Don Hutchens, executive director of the Nebraska Corn Board, talks about StarLink's impact on...|
|E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues: Presidential Advisor Theodore C Sorensen||Theodore "Ted" Sorensen, former special counsel and adviser to President John F Kennedy and a...|
|NET News Statewide: Beetle Battle, 12/4/02||There's a bug you'll find north of Lincoln, and nowhere else in the world. It's called the Salt...|
|Statewide: Hire Me For The House: Job Description, 10/29/04||Mike Tobias talks with Paul Landow, former Chief of Staff for Sen. Pete Hoagland. Landow describes...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Mexican Americans Chosen First||When the draft came to NE in WWII, Mexican Americans were chosen first.|