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Northeast Community College breaks ground on new agriculture facilities

 

September 10, 2020

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Jeanne Reigle, of Madison, speaks Thursday at groundbreaking ceremonies for new agriculture facilities as part of the Nexus project at Northeast Community College, while fellow co-chair Russ Vering, of Scribner, listens. The ceremony marked construction that is presently underway on a new veterinary technology building and a combination farm operations building and large animal handling facility at the new Acklie Family College Farm. The site is located near Northeast's Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex at the intersection of Highway 35 and E. Benjamin Ave. in Norfolk.

Northeast Community College faculty, staff, students, volunteers, donors and other guests gathered Thursday for an event that is literally and figuratively groundbreaking for the institution's agriculture program.

A ceremony marked construction that is presently underway on the Nexus project which consists of a new veterinary technology building and a combination farm operations building and large animal handling facility at the new Acklie Family College Farm. The site is located near Northeast's Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex at the intersection of Highway 35 and E. Benjamin Ave. in...



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