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Rebecca Weitzel and Jeff Waschkowski live in a buried home in Omaha, Nebraska and while winters temperatures can hit negative 30 degrees (record lows), inside the home is affected by the temperature of the earth, not the air, and rarely drops below 55°F (13°C). Built as a labor of love by Lloyd Texley, the former head of science for the Omaha Public School District, the underground home took him 10 years to build. He buried 3 rebar-enforced concrete domes under up to 15 feet of dirt. The home's only opening is a glass wall facing south. Waschkowski explains that because the indoor temperature reflects the heat of the surrounding earth, it mostly fluctuates between 64 and 74°F. The couple explain the home is also very quiet and soundproofed from the noise of their busy street. With all ...
This is Video 1 of a series produced by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln strawberry project, "Winter Production of Nebraska Strawberries: An Idea Whose Time Has Come." This video covers the topic of installing a capillary mat to irrigate potted strawberries in a heated high tunnel. This project is funded through a grant from the National Strawberry Sustainability Initiative, funded by the Walmart Foundation and administered by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Center for Agricultural and Rural Sustainability.
The first single off of Echo Nebraska's debut EP, Send the Ships. Download Send the Ships on iTunes. https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/send-the-ships-ep/id943047757 Starring Nicole Munõz as Allison Echo Nebraska: Devan Christodoulou - Vocals / Acoustic Guitar Mike Lauder - Drums Gunn Park - Bass Andy Schichter - Electric Guitar Featuring: Yitzy Holton-Hinshaw - Violin Director/Cinematographer/Editor/Producer: Matt Schichter Producer: Scared Goose Productions & Echo Nebraska Assistant Director: Matt Blais Art Director/Wardrobe: Alexandra Aubut Hair and Make-Up: Tyana Nichole http://echonebraska.com http://facebook.com/echonebraska http://twitter.com/echonebraska Lyrics: Hey, Allison what were you dreaming? Have all your themes turned red? Hey, Allison why were you screaming? Did yo...
A comprehensive look at the history of and recent times information on the mountain lion in Nebraska.
Eco-Lux Inn Norfolk - Exclusive price! - http://hoteltips.net/eco-lux-inn-norfolk Offering free Wi-Fi and a TV with cable channels in every room, this hotel is less than 8 minutes’ walk from Time Square Event Center in Norfolk, Nebraska. A continental breakfast is served each morning. A microwave and a refrigerator are featured in every room at Eco-Lux Inn Norfolk. A private bathroom is also included in each room. A fitness centre is available onsite for guests' convenience. Other facilities include vending machines and a 24-hour reception. Elkhorn State Wildlife Area is 4 miles from this hotel. Elkhorn Valley Museum and Research Center is 8 minutes’ drive away.
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Vídeo da música Ghost, integrante do Ep Flame de 2017. Imagens e edição: João Valente (Vôo Filmes - https://www.facebook.com/voofilmes/ ) Áudio: Gabriel do Vale (Nova Estúdio - https://www.facebook.com/novaestudioararaquara/ ) Para saber mais sobre nós, acesse nosso Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nebraskaofficial/ Nebraska Inn é: Igor Valente - Voz Marcos Freire - Guitarra Edgard Neto - Baixo Rafael Fumagali - Bateria Gabriel do Vale - Guitarra
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Fifth-generation family famers Danny and Josie Kluthe seamlessly mix pork production and cutting-edge technology. An anaerobic manure digester on site uses natural gas to supplement fuel for their farm's vehicles and help provide electricity to area homes. The Kluthes have six 1,000-head finishing barns and market about 15,000 finisher hogs annually. They grow corn and soybeans on 280 acres and raise 100 chickens every year for family and friends. Being good environmental stewards is key to all of their endeavors at Bacon Hill.
About one-third of the United States is covered in forests, but in places like Colorado, those forests are in danger. There's fire, pest infestations, and global warming to contend with—fortunately, there's hope. In Nebraska. Yes, at the Charles Bessey Tree Nursery in Halsey, Nebraska, biologist Richard Gilbert is on a mission to preserve and repopulate national forests in the Rockies. When disaster strikes, Gilbert's seasonal labors in raising trees for the repopulating mission go to good use. For full episodes of 'That's Amazing,' our collaboration with The Weather Channel, check out our playlist (http://www.greatbigstory.com/playlists/that-s-amazing-full-episodes) SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to r...