March 15, 2019

Agricultural and water law seminar is March 21

A new UNL Extension app is available to help irrigators calculate the amount of water pumped by their irrigation pumping plant.

The University of Nebraska College of Law will host the 2019 Agricultural and Water Law Seminar on March 21.

The day-long seminar will cover current topics in agricultural law and water law. The morning sessions will be devoted to water law, and the afternoon sessions to agricultural law. Registration options are available for full-day or half-day sessions.

Presenters include Dave Bargen, Don Blankenau, Christin Lovegrove, Kennon Meyer, Adam Pavelka, Jessica Piskorski, Jesse Richardson, Vanessa Silke, Garret Graff, and professor Anthony Schutz.

The program is approved for nine CLE credits, including one hour of ethics. See for additional information, and to register. Admission is free for university faculty, staff, and students.