Support the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources
If you live, eat and work in Nebraska, chances are the University of Nebraska's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) has always been a part of your everyday life.
It may be through a safer, more abundant food supply in partnership with our agricultural, agribusiness and natural resources partners. Or perhaps through improved farming and ranching practices, new product development, cleaner
water, community improvements, educational programs for youth, such as 4-H and school enrichment lessons, or practical, put-to-use-now programs for adults. It may also be through formal and informal education IANR offers statewide – everything from classes on campus and at a distance to extension workshops and meetings. Our unbiased, research-based programs address both rural and urban needs.
IANR is composed of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR), the Agricultural Research Division (ARD), the Extension Division, and the ARD and Extension components of the College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS). East Campus is home to the headquarters for IANR, and personnel also work at NU’s four research and extension centers across the state and in extension offices serving all 93 Nebraska counties.