There's a place in Nebraska where you can learn about life on the frontier. The Homestead National Monument near Beatrice tells the story of the Homestead Act of 1862. The act offered free land as an incentive to lure settlers to the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountain regions of America. The Monument's been a quiet Southeast Nebraska attraction for more than 50-years, but now the National Park Service wants to make the Homestead National Monument of America bigger and better. New facilities and a research center are planned, along with new ways of teaching kids about the importance of homesteading. Some of the changes are in the works, others need money. It will cost more than 20-million dollars of public and private funds to get the job done. Brad Penner reports supporters say it's time to tell the story of homesteading to the nation.