Happy 45th Anniversary to Nebraska's Natural Resources Districts! Click on the picture to watch our video celebrating some of the best things our NRDs have accomplished over the years.
History: In 1969, NRD legislation was signed into law. Pictured signing the bill to create the NRDs in Nebraska are past Nebraska Governor Norbert Tiemann, center, and those instrumental in the bill’s passage; from left: Harold Siek, Herman Link, Chet Ellis, Senator Maurice Kremer, Governor Tiemann, Warren Patefield, Milton Fricke, and Warren Fairchild.
The Nebraska Legislature enacted laws in 1972 to combine 154 special purpose entities into Natural Resources Districts. On July 1, 1972, the Natural Resources Districts officially came into existence.
Please consider donating to the NARD Foundation. Click on this picture to watch a video on what educational youth natural resources programs the foundation helps support and why it's vital to Nebraska's future to continue. Call the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts at 402-471-7670 to donate.
Use our interactive map to find the NRD in your area.
(GRAND ISLAND, NE) – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s board approved an amendment with UNL in the amount of $343,259 to continue the Nebraska Water and Energy Flux Measurement, Modeling and Research Network (NEBFLUX) study at their monthly meeting on Thursday. The Project has been...Read more
LINCOLN (NE) March 23, 2017–The Lower Platte South Natural Resources District (NRD) is accepting letters of application and qualifications from registered voters in its Subdistrict 8, interested in filling a vacancy on the NRD Board of Directors. The vacancy occurred upon the recent death of...Read more
The North Platte Natural Resources District and Nebraska Forest Service are partnering to host a tree pruning workshop to demonstrate the correct techniques for pruning young trees. The workshop will be held Tuesday, March 28th, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the North Platte NRD office, located at...Read more