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10/20/2022
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - Over $2 million is available for landowners to apply more efficient irrigation techniques, install conservation practices, and assist farmers with converting irrigated acres to non-irrigated farmland. Producers in the Central Platte and Twin Platte Natural Resources...Read more
10/13/2022
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - Producers in the Central Platte and Upper Big Blue Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) are encouraged to enroll their acres in the Nebraska Soil Carbon Project. This project provides financial incentives to producers who utilize key conservation practices in central Nebraska...Read more
09/23/2022
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) Board of Directors approved revisions to the ranking priorities for the Urban Conservation Program at their monthly meeting on Thursday. The Board will now accept applications year-round, removing the March 1st...Read more
09/20/2022
WAHOO, Nebraska – Producers across the Eastern part of Nebraska are taking part in cover crop demonstrations to improve soil health that can lead to water quality and water quantity improvements. The Highboy Cover Crop Interseeding Project (HiCCIP), received funding and assistance from Nebraska...Read more
09/19/2022
LINCOLN, Nebraska – The Lower Platte South Natural Resources District (LPSNRD) Board of Directors met Wednesday and approved a resolution officially establishing its Fiscal Year 2023. The $36.7 million budget, which was approved during the August board meeting, requires a property tax levy of $0...Read more
09/19/2022
NORFOLK, Nebraska – The impacts of the drought are becoming even more serious for the citizens of northeast Nebraska as the dry conditions continue to escalate. The attached map shows the comparison across the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) over the last few weeks, with most of...Read more
09/09/2022
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s Board of Directors will consider updating its Urban Conservation Program at their monthly meeting to be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at the CPNRD office located at 215 Kaufman Avenue in Grand Island, NE...Read more
09/02/2022
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District held a public hearing on Thursday to hear public comments on the proposed fiscal 2022/2023 levy, just prior to the Board of Directors monthly meeting. Lyndon Vogt, General Manager, said with the total requirements for the...Read more
09/01/2022
Grand Island, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District (CPNRD) will start taking applications to transfer irrigated acres for the 2023 growing season on September 1, 2022. The application period will end on March 1, 2023. Luke Zakrzewski, GIS Image Analyst, said if you are planning...Read more
08/19/2022
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District will hold a public hearing at 1:45 p.m. on Sept. 1, 2022, to hear public comments on the proposed fiscal 2022/2023 levy. General ManagerLyndon Vogt said with the total requirements for the general fund and sinking fund at $28,...Read more

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NARD News
NARD News
01/22/2016
Statement by Troy Bredenkamp, on Behalf of Common Sense Nebraska Coalition, Regarding Defeat of the “Waters of the U.S.” Rule as Top PriorityRead more
12/11/2015
A historic agreement has been negotiated protecting the future of the Niobrara River and basin.Read more
12/11/2015
The Nebraska Association of Resources Districts is proud to announce the 2015 Nebraska Envirothon state championship team ranked 11th across North America after competing in the National Conservation Foundation (NCF) Envirothon competition in the Summer of 2015.Read more
12/11/2015
While NARD supports efforts to protect water quality and quantity in Nebraska, and has a proven track record of cooperation with local residents and other agencies to do so, we believe the Final Rule will have the federal government more involved in the daily lives of Nebraskans and will not result...Read more

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