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Too Tough to Go Hungry

The village of Cody, Nebraska (population 149) hasn’t had a grocery store in more than a decade. Located just minutes from the South Dakota border, in a county larger than the state of Connecticut, residents have to drive 76 miles roundtrip to find basic necessities.

But all that is about to change. After three years building the foundation – both literally and figuratively - Cody will have groceries again. But there’s a twist. Circle C Market will be a student-run, community-owned enterprise.

Take Credit for Investing in Your Business

If you have created a new rural small business or expanded your existing rural small business here in Nebraska, then you should consider submitting an application for the Nebraska Advantage Microenterprise Tax Credit.

One stop-shop for Nebraska's Beginning Farmers and Ranchers

Beginning farmers and ranchers are quickly disappearing from Nebraska’s rural communities. Although plenty of men and women have the desire to farm and ranch, it can be difficult to get started these days. And almost as difficult, is finding where to go for help. The Nebraska Beginning Farmer Network has answers.

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