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I am so pleased to be here with you today.
live been asked to visit with you a bit about the future of IANR and its role in rural Nebraska, and that is exactly what I want to do - to visit with you. I want to hear what you have to say.
I will begin today with some prepared remarks, to help you better understand how I view the work we do, but because I only have been in Nebraska since just before the Christmas holidays, and at IANR since January 2, I think it would be presumptuous of me to speak to you today as an expert on the needs of Nebraska and the role of IANR in meeting those needs.