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The Nemaha County Ag Line Newsletter is written by Nemaha County Extension Educator, Ritika Lamichhane. Her program area is Water & Cropping Systems.
In the past year, Nebraska Extension has hired seven Water & Cropping Systems Extension Educators across the state. One of the most impactful roles for a Water & Cropping Systems Educator is to work with growers in their areas to conduct on-farm research. As a result of these new hires, there are great opportunities for farmers to engage with new Educators and grow the on-farm research base in many areas across the state where Educator positions have been vacant for several years.
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