Facilities and Operations Department occupy this facility along with vehicle maintenance, carpentry shop, paint shop and offices for custodial staff needs. The other two buildings are garages and workshop/storage.
Kise Kiser, who served the NWSA as a livestock instructor from 1921-1952. Kiser is noted for his work in feeder cattle and swine and sheep breeding. Born in 1884 in Kansas, Kiser became a pioneer agricultural leader in Minnesota in 1908. He is recognized as a visionary leader in vocational agriculture. He served as secretary of the Red River Valley Livestock Association for many years and was active in extension services
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