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03/22/2017
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
03/21/2017
On March 20, the NCORPE project in cooperation with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is starting a Wildlife Viewing Program on the NCORPE property and invites the public to view the wildlife, specifically greater prairie chickens. The viewing blind is available Mon.-Fri. March 20-April 28,...Read more
03/20/2017
(GRAND ISLAND, NE) - The Central Platte Natural Resources District is proud to announce the establishment of a four-acre monarch butterfly research habitat. Initial planting of the habitat will take place at Noon on Thursday, March 23, 2017. The habitat will be located on an easement of the Wood...Read more
03/20/2017
I get it. North Platte Senator Mike Groene campaigned hard on the issue of the Lincoln County stream augmentation project launched in 2012 by the Nebraska Cooperative Republican Platte Enhancement Project (N-CORPE). Click here to read the rest of the article.Read more
03/15/2017
Tri-Basin and Lower Republican Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) will move forward with a final design for a project that will divert excess flows from the Platte River to the Republican River Basin. The project, a joint effort between the two districts, is intended to help both NRDs maintain...Read more
03/15/2017
Middle Niobrara Natural Resources District 2017 Scholarship ApplicationRead more
03/15/2017
(GRAND ISLAND, NE) – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s board will take action on an agreement with UNL on the Nebraska Water and Energy Flux Measurement, Modeling and Research Network (NEBFLUX) with UNL at their monthly meeting on March 30, 2017. The Project measures actual...Read more
03/15/2017
Frenchman Cambridge Irrigation District water users who claimed their property rights were superior to the Republican River Compact and that state administration of surface water to comply with the Compact deprived them of all economic benefits failed to persuade the Nebraska Supreme Court.Read more

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