Groundwater Transfers

Learn how to transfer irrigated acres from one location to another.

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Groundwater Testing

Find out about cost sharing on flow meters for nitrate level testing.

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Recreational Facilities

The Lower Loup NRD is home to many lakes and recreation areas.

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Latest News
  • Sep 08, 2017

    LLNRD Seeks To Fill Two Board Vacancies

    The Lower Loup NRD Board of Directors has begun the process of filling two vacant seats. Those vacancies were created by the death of Clifford Loseke, who represented Subdistrict 7; and by the resignation of Dean Rasmussen,… Read More

  • Sep 08, 2017

    LLNRD Seeks Water Resources Technician

    The Lower Loup Natural Resources District has a job opening for a Water Resources Technician.  Duties will include coordinating water and tree programs, and gathering data.  Other duties include collecting water and soil… Read More

  • Aug 29, 2017

    LLNRD Board Approves Another 2,000 New Irrigated Acres in Two Sub-Basins

    Development of up to 2,000 new acres of groundwater irrigation in the North Loup River and Beaver Creek Sub-Basins in 2018 has been approved by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors. Detailed maps showing… Read More

  • Jul 11, 2017

    Nebraska's NRD System Celebrates 45 Years

    This month, Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts celebrate 45 years of service to Nebraska.  The NRD system got its start in July 1972 and the Districts have been helping Nebraskans to conserve the state’s natural resources… Read More

  • Jul 08, 2017

    LLNRD Arboretum Is Part Of Great Park Pursuit 2017

    The Lower Loup Natural Resources District’s Arboretum, next to the NRD headquarters offices in Ord, is a location for the 2017 Great Park Pursuit (GPP).   The arboretum is one of 21 sites around the state to participate in… Read More

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  • Buy trees

    Trees. They stand silent and strong…protecting farms and ranches as livestock or farmstead windbreaks and controlling snow as living snow fences.

  • Download forms

    Comprehensive listing of all forms available through the Lower Loup Natural Resources District.

  • Reserve A Camp Site At Davis Creek Recreation Area

    Davis Creek is a 1,140 acre lake offering fishing, boating and other water sports and is located six miles south of North Loup.

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