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For the past 25 years, the Northeast Station at Concord has served as the cornerstone of University of Nebraska agricultural research and Extension activity in northeast Nebraska. This year marks the twenty fifth anniversary of the founding of the station and commemorates the dedication of the citizens of this area in their commitment to its success.
While the land the station occupies may not look different from its surroundings, its purpose is. The Northeast Station operates as a part of a statewide agricultural experiment station and Cooperative Extension Service network. The mission of the station is to research agricultural topics that are important to northeast Nebraska and to provide this and other available information to farmers, their families and other interested people.