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12/13/2018
OSCEOLA, NE- A Prescribed Burn School will be held on Friday, January 18, 2019, at the Polk County Fairgrounds Agriculture Building from 9 a.m. to 4:00 pm. Workshop attendees will hear from speakers with a variety of burn experience and learn how to conduct a predictable controlled burn in an open-...Read more
12/11/2018
Grant Township (5N-13W) in eastern Kearney County has been designated Phase 2 for groundwater quantity management by directors of Tri-Basin Natural Resources District (TBNRD). Tri-Basin NRD directors revisited the issue after a public hearing held in June and a delay of the decision in September.Read more
12/10/2018
(GRAND ISLAND, NE) – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) board of directors will meet at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 20, 2018, a week early due to the Christmas holiday. Action items and updates on the agenda: -Board Officer Nominating Committee The nominating committee for...Read more
12/07/2018
The Lower Big Blue Natural Resources District talks about well decommissioning, tree seedling orders and much more in its Winter newsletter for 2018.Read more
12/06/2018
(Beatrice, NE) A boil notice is in effect for all customers of the Wymore Rural Water System until the tests sent to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services confirm that no bacteria is present in the water system and the water is safe to drink. The boil notice was prompted by a break...Read more
11/27/2018
The Lower Loup Natural Resources District out of Ord, Nebraska focuses on results from November's election, nitrate issues, groundwater recharge and tree sales in this latest newsletter edition.Read more
11/27/2018
NORFOLK – Earlier this fall, landowners within the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) boundaries, had an opportunity to apply for new irrigated acres for 2019. LENRD Assistant General Manager, Brian Bruckner, said, “The board voted to accept applications for standard variances from...Read more
11/16/2018
(GRAND ISLAND, NE) – On Thursday, the Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) board of directors approved issuing 94 Cease and Desist Orders to producers for failure to submit crop report forms for the CPNRD’s Nitrogen Manage­ment Program. Landowners will be notified next week of the...Read more
11/14/2018
Tri-Basin Natural Resources District (NRD) will hold a public hearing on changing Anderson Township in Phelps County (7N-17W) from Phase 1 Groundwater Quality Management to Phase 2. District directors voted Tuesday to hold the public hearing after reviewing groundwater quality data from the past...Read more
11/02/2018
Ray Archuleta Comes to Speak at Upper Big Blue NRD.Read more

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NARD News
03/22/2016
Lace up your shoes! It’s running time at Chalco Hills Recreation Area - Omaha’s premier outdoor recreation facility! Join the Natural Resources Districts for the second annual 5K Run/1 Mile Fun Run/Kids Dash fundraiser on Saturday, April 9, 2016. Click here to register: Natural Resources Districts...Read more
03/09/2016
Longtime Natural Resources Leaders Elected to Higher OfficesRead more
02/12/2016
The Western Regional Envirothon competition brought out dozens of high school students interested in natural resources. Find out the winners here!Read more
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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