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05/22/2015
The Lower Platte South Natural Resources District has closed parts of the MoPac East and Homestead recreational trails due to storm damage. Storms on May 6th and 7th washed away several miles of the Homestead Trail surface and there is bridge damage.Read more
05/18/2015
The North Platte Natural Resources District will be hosting a buffalograss workshop on Wednesday, May 27th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the NRD building just south of the airport in Scottsbluff. The workshop is being held in cooperation with the Panhandle Research and Extension Center and is free and...Read more
05/15/2015
The Central Platte Natural Resources District's board of directors will hear an update on the Cease & Desist Order that was issued to Lee and Terry Spradlin of Dawson County at their regularly scheduled meeting on May 28, 2015.Read more
05/15/2015
The Board of Directors of the Papio-Missouri River NRD has approved an agreement with Offutt Air Force Base through which the base will be requested to contribute $10 million toward the design, land acquisition, upgrade and reconstruction of the R616/R613 Levee System south of Bellevue, NE. The...Read more
05/15/2015
Recent heavy rains, combined with snowmelt from the Rocky Mountains, are causing high flows and predictions of flooding along the Platte River. Tri-Basin Natural Resources District (NRD) Directors voted during their regular board meeting on May 12 to take advantage of those high flows and hopefully...Read more
05/12/2015
The Lower Big Blue Natural Resources District has determined a new dam it recently completed is a key contributor in protecting the town of Wilber, Nebraska from record-breaking rains Wednesday night and early Thursday morning of May 6th and 7th.Read more
05/12/2015
The Lower Big Blue Natural Resources District reports its 26 flood structures in the drainage area above Dewitt, Nebraska all worked as designed in Wednesday night and Thursday morning's historic rain event last week.Read more
05/05/2015
The Central Platte Natural Resources District will host the 27th annual Nebraska Children's Groundwater Festival in one week; with schools from Aurora...to... Zion to be in attendance. Twenty-five schools from 18 towns and cities are scheduled to attend the festival in four-hour increments.Read more
05/01/2015
Approximately 1,900 fifth graders from Douglas and Sarpy counties will participate in environmental field days with a focus on water. "Water Works 2015" will be held on Tuesday, May 5 and Wednesday, May 6.Read more
04/23/2015
More than 21 tons of scrap computer and other electronic equipment was collected in Dakota, Thurston, Burt and Washington Counties through an E-Waste recycling effort sponsored by the Papio-Missouri River NRD. Items collected included computers, monitors, televisions, microwaves, copiers, video and...Read more

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