Sunday, September 23, 2018
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Two different LEAD journeys

AG LEADERSHIP TRIPS: Two Gothenburg farmers are involved in Nebraska’s LEAD program, a two-year leadership development program for those active in production agriculture and agribusiness.

Josh Cool of Gothenburg was part of a Nebraska LEAD 34 Fellows group that traveled to Hungary, Romania and Moldova in January. The trip was an international study and travel seminar. Cool, who is part of the 2014-16 fellows, is pictured (right) in front of the main government building in Romania. Cool is in the second row, fourth from the left. The structure is the second largest government administrative building in the world and is known as the “People’s House.” Left, Jana Jobman and Andy Jobman (sister and brother-in-law) recently returned from a LEAD National Study Seminar. The 2015-17 LEAD fellows are pictured in Washington, D.C. The LEAD program is under the direction of the Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council in cooperation with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.