Keevin Arent


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Keevin Arent is a retired rancher-cattle feeder from Ainsworth, Neb. He is past board member of the Sand Hills Discovery Foundation and, along with his wife, Dottie, a past co-chair of the Sand Hills Discovery Experience. He is the grandson of Danish immigrants and fosters a deep appreciation for the homestead experience. For those interested in the Sandhills, Arent recommends reading “The Red House on the Niobrara” by Alan Wilkinson.

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