Nebraska Agricultural Technologies Association (NeATA)
The Nebraska Agricultural Technologies Association (NeATA) and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension are proud to be bring you the Midwest’s premier agriculture technology conference.
NeATA’s purpose is educational advancement of farmers, ranchers, private industry, agricultural agency representatives, and others interested in emerging agricultural technologies. Innovative Nebraska farmers and agribusiness representatives that share a common desire to stay abreast of emerging agricultural technologies partnered with UNL Extension in 2001 to establish NeATA.
NeATA and UNL Extension identify and explore new technologies practical for agriculture with consideration to financial returns for producers. Agronomic practices that reduce economic and environmental risks thus promoting the stewardship of land and water resources are paramount to this effort. NeATA serves as a membership network that provides a venue for members to share agricultural research experiences and related knowledge with each other.
NeATA is organized as a Nebraska Not-For-Profit Corporation and is operated as a public benefit corporation exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes.