WHAT IS IANR?
In the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) we are all about people, and the food, water and natural resources that sustain them. IANR innovation in research, teaching, and extension education places Nebraska on the leading edge of food production, environmental stewardship, human nutrition, business development, and youth engagement. Composed of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR), the Agricultural Research Division (ARD), UNL Extension, and the ARD and Extension components of three departments in the College of Education and Human Sciences; IANR is committed to growing the future of Nebraska’s people, businesses, and communities.
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