Beginning with highlights from the documentary "The Plow That Broke the Plains," we revisit the effects of the Dust Bowl on Nebraska. We then discover how the University of Nebraska College of Agriculture helped salvage the devastated land in the late 1930s. Today, the University is leading the world in groundwater research including new ways of seeing drought endangered areas through satellite infrared imagery.
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|Big Red Wrap Up: Nebraska vs Washington, 1106||Nebraska versus Washington football game discussed by Kevin Kugler and Adrian Fiala. Guests...|
|Big Red Wrap Up: Wyoming Breakdown Ep. 1106||Kevin Kugler and Adrian Fiala discuss the Wyoming Cowboys team before their game with Nebraska.|
|Big Red Wrap Up: Wyoming Prediction Ep. 1106||Kevin Kugler and Adrian Fiala predict the outcome of the Wyoming versus Nebraska game.|
|Nebraska Philanthropy: Episode Three||An interview with Omaha philanthropist Bruce Lauritzen, a look at the philanthropic community in...|
|Mid American Money: September 2011||The September 2011 installment of Mid-American Money features Dr. Ernie Goss, Creighton College of...|
|Nebraska Stories: Solomon Butcher: Frontier Photographer||Solomon Butcher set out to create a unique visual record of pioneer settlement in the American West...|