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03/31/2023
LINCOLN, Nebraska – The Lower Platte South Natural Resources District (LPSNRD) board of directors will be holding a special meeting Wednesday, April 5 at 7 p.m. at the district office, 3125 Portia Street in Lincoln. The board will be presented with the General Manager Search Committee’s...Read more
03/31/2023
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) Board of Directors elected Mike Wilkens, Gibbon, to fill the vacancy in Sub-District 5 at their monthly meeting on Thursday. Wilken’s two-year term will end in December 2024. -Student Presentation Bren Vaughan, student...Read more
03/17/2023
LINCOLN, Nebraska – The Lower Platte South Natural Resources District (LPSNRD) board of directors approved the annual schedule for developing the Fiscal Year 2024 Budget and Long Range Implementation Plan (LRIP). The budget preparation process begins each April and the process includes several...Read more
03/15/2023
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) Board of Directors will consider the Search Committee’s recommended candidate to fill the vacancy in Sub-District 5, previously held by Jim Bendfeldt of Kearney. Bendfeldt stepped down from the Board in January for...Read more
03/07/2023
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Local Working Group that provides advice on the priorities for many U.S. Department of Agriculture conservation programs will meet Tuesday, March 28th from 9-11 a.m. at the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District office located at 3125 Portia Street, Lincoln, NE. The...Read more
02/27/2023
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – On Thursday, the Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) Board of Directors approved a contract with JEO in the amount of $470,425 to complete construction documents and bidding/negotiation on the proposed education/office building at the Upper Prairie Silver...Read more
02/17/2023
LINCOLN, Nebraska – The Lower Platte South Natural Resources District (LPSNRD) board of directors approved a Grassland Restoration Project at Bobcat Prairie at Wednesday’s monthly meeting. The project will restore 115 acres of the property, which is currently occupied by non-native invasive grass...Read more
02/10/2023
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) Building Committee will meet and give a recommendation to the Board of Directors on whether to complete construction documents and request bids on the proposed education/office building at the Upper Prairie Silver...Read more
02/09/2023
CHADRON, Nebraska -- The Upper Niobrara White Natural Resources District (UNWNRD) Board of Directors voted to accept applications for 2023 to allow irrigation wells and additional irrigated acres in groundwater management sub-area 3, or southern Sheridan County, for the fifth year. In 2018, the...Read more
02/08/2023
BEATRICE, Nebraska -- Landowners in the Lower Big Blue NRD planning to install terraces, tile outlets, grassed waterways, or other conservation practices will have the opportunity to apply for cost-share assistance from now until March 10, 2023, at their local NRCS office. Landowners applying for...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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