For timely, research-based information on crop production and crop protection in Nebraska, see the latest issue of CropWatch.
IANR's faculty comprises outstanding researchers and teachers, whose work has been and continues to be of great value to students, the UNL academic community, and the Nebraska, national, and global communities. IANR staff members are directly engaged in essential supportive functions and services associated with learning, research, communications, and the maintenance of IANR programs and facilities.
In their work together, the faculty and staff offer significant contributions in the areas of food, agriculture, agribusiness, natural resources, and people and communities. Partnerships between members of the faculty and staff result in new ways of teaching, of discovery through research, and the dissemination of significant, unbiased information across the state and beyond through extension.