Woodlands, wetlands and streams provide habitat for many plant and animal species on the ENREC facility. The Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center provides the opportunity for a variety of environments to coexist in the same setting. For example, diverse environments all in the same section of land can be found where the August N. Christenson Research and Education Building is located - including pastures for cattle grazing, cropland, riparian corridor, woodlots, feedlot, and landscaped areas. Silver Creek flows through the southwest corner of ENREC with sub-irrigated meadows and over 100 acres of wetlands. Native species of plants and wildlife, agro-forestry woodlots, and a natural riparian corridor can be found at various locations at ENREC.
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