• Winter Newsletter Keeps Residents "In The Loup"

    The Lower Loup NRD has distributed the latest edition of it's district-wide newsletter, entitled IN THE LOUP, to residents in all 16 counties that make up the NRD.  The quarterly newsletter covers a variety of topics relating… Read More

  • Apr 15, 6920

    Broken Bow to Host Groundwater/Drinking Water Meeting

    The City of Broken Bow will host a public meeting on "Groundwater and Drinking Water Protection Management on Wednesday, April 14th.  The event will be held at the Broken Bow City Auditorium.   The event will provide the… Read More

  • Three Teams Qualify for State Envirothon

    Teams from Ord, Burwell and St. Paul have qualified to compete in the state Envirothon.  Between Feb. 3-5, Nebraska high school students competed around the state during a virtual regional Envirothon competition demonstrating… Read More

  • Lower Loup NRD Seeks District Engineer

    DISTRICT ENGINEER Provide civil engineering services; project coordination and inspection.  Work with other agencies, including project permits, design and construction.  Indoor and outdoor working conditions-flood control,… Read More

  • Mud Creek Watershed Project Moves Ahead in 2021

    The Lower Loup Natural Resources District (LLNRD) in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) hosted two public meetings regarding the Mud Creek Watershed Improvement Project in Broken Bow and Ansley.… Read More

  • Apr 15, 8467

    Numerous Videos on Nebraska Water Are Available

    Below are links to videos on Natural Resources Districts and water in the Cornhusker State. These videos were produced by NETV. Keeping Nebraska Local: A Unique Approach To Resources Management And The Floods Came Nebraska:… Read More