• Aug 02, 2022

    AEM Flights Planned for Nance County

    Residents of Nance County may notice an unusual sight in the skies in mid- to late August, a low-altitude helicopter towing a large hexagonal frame flying over their area. Officials at the Lower Loup Natural Resources District… Read Full Story

  • Jul 12, 2022

    Gov. Ricketts Proclaims July 11-15 as NRD Week

    With the stroke of his pen, Gov. Pete Ricketts proclaims July 11-15, 2022, as “NRD Week” in celebration of 50 years of Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts. “We are proud to celebrate five decades of protecting, conserving… Read Full Story

  • Jul 08, 2022

    New Irrigated Acres to be Granted in High Groundwater Areas

    Two river basins in the Lower Loup Natural Resources District (LLNRD) have been approved for new groundwater irrigated acres. Landowners between the North and Middle Loup River Basins in the Lower Loup Natural Resources District… Read Full Story

  • Jul 05, 2022

    Fish Kill Reported at Pibel Lake

    A fish kill at Pibel Lake in southern Wheeler County has affected a variety of sport fish and set back the size quality of fish in the popular fishing spot. Thousands of largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and channel catfish… Read Full Story

  • Jun 30, 2022

    Well Data for Columbus Recharge Project Now Available

    The Lower Loup Natural Resources District, the City of Columbus, Platte County, Archer Daniels Midland, and the Christopher’s Cove Homeowners Association are partnering on a groundwater recharge project southeast of Columbus. The… Read Full Story

  • Jan 31, 2022

    Lower Loup NRD Chemigation Fees Increase

    The fee to chemigate in the Lower Loup Natural Resources District has increased from $50 to $100 following a vote by the NRD’s Board of Directors.  The unanimous decision on the fee increase came following a public hearing… Read Full Story