University of Nevada President Marc Johnson appeared before Churchill County commissioners last week, discussing both the college of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources (CABNR) and the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension (UNCE). Johnson, unlike his predecessor, recently departed the ivy walls of his Reno office to visit the rural counties to discuss the past, present and future of programs that tend to the agricultural needs of Nevada. After talking to commissioners and the community, Johnson declared no more cuts are in store for UNCE despite the program going through massive cuts during the last two to three years. In order …
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