ENREC Districts Map

The University of Nebraska Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension (ENRE) is headquartered at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center (ENREC). ENREC was formerly the University of Nebraska's Agricultural Research and Development Center near Mead, Nebraska.   ENRE includes the research and Extension programs of the Northeast Extension District, Southeast Extension District, and the newly developed Metro Extension District.ENREC Locations map

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The Metro Extension District includes the following county Extension offices:

Cass County Douglas-Sarpy County Washington County
Dodge County Lancaster County

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The Northeast Extension District includes the following county Extension offices, centers and laboratories::

Antelope County Garfield-Loup-Wheeler County Sherman County
Boone County Greeley County Stanton County
Boyd County Holt County Thurston County
Brown-Rock-Keya Paha County Howard County Valley County
Burt County Knox County Wayne County
Cedar County Madison County Barta brothers ranch
Colfax County Nance County Haskell Ag Lab
Cuming County Pierce County
Dixon County Platte County

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The Southeast Extension District includes the following county Extension offices, centers and laboratories:

Butler County Merrick County Saline County
Clay County Nemaha County Saunders County
Fillmore County Nuckolls County Seward County
Gage County Otoe County Thayer County
Hamilton County Pawnee County York County
Jefferson County Polk County Kimmel Education & Research Center
Johnson County Richardson County South Central Ag Lab
 

ENREC

The University of Nebraska Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension (ENRE) is headquartered at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center (ENREC). ENREC was formerly the University of Nebraska's Agricultural Research and Development Center near Mead, Nebraska.  ENREC leverages existing land and facilities for research and education. This research site consists of approximately 9,663 acres (3,912 hectares). About half of the land base is in row crops. Fifty percent of those row crops are irrigated. The balance of the site is predominately in cool and warm season pastures. Over 6,000 domestic farm animals used for research and teaching reside at the center.

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