Welcome to the Eastern Nebraska Research & Extension (ENRE) - Haskell Ag Lab. The role of the faculty and staff in this unit is to prevent or solve problems using research based information. They subscribe to the notion that our programs should be high quality, ecologically sound, economically viable, socially responsible and scientifically appropriate.  As part of the University of Nebraska, we consider ourselves the front door to the University of those we serve. Through well targeted training backgrounds and continuous updating via the internet and other telecommunications technologies, our staff have the most current information available to help our clientele.

Nebraska Extension implemented Engagement Zones on January 1, 2020 to further leverage Extension’s capacity to engage and serve Nebraskans. Engagement Zone Coordinators will help foster success of local Extension professionals, strengthen local relationships with stakeholders, and build collaborative relationships with community leaders that lead to mutually beneficial initiatives with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Extension Offices

Extension is the educational expression of dealing with high priority issues facing a wide spectrum of society.  Extension Educators work closely with research and extension specialists at the Ag Lab. This fosters teamwork between all staff when facing critical issues and solving significant problems.

Antelope Boone Boyd Brown, Rock, Keyapaha
Burt Cedar Colfax Cuming
Dakota Dixon Garfield, Loup, Wheeler Greeley
Holt Howard Knox Madison
Nance Pierce Platte Sherman
Stanton Thurston Valley Wayne

Maps:   Haskell Ag Lab