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November 21, 2013

Lower Loup NRD Board Selects Boelus Man for Vacancy

Oct 10, 2019

Todd Nitsch of Boelus has been selected by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors to fill its Subdistrict 3 vacancy.  Nitsch, an employee of Aurora Co-op, will represent the subdistrict which is comprised of parts of Custer, Sherman, Howard, and Buffalo Counties.  Nitsch was one of two candidates who applied for the vacancy. Nitsch won appointment, by a vote of the Board, over…

Nearly 400 Compete In Area IV Range Contest In Greeley County

Sep 21, 2019

Sam Thede of St. Paul, Hailey Genereux of Wheeler Central, and teams from Loup City and Burwell finished first in their divisions of the 2019 Area IV Range Judging Contest.  The event was held Thursday, September 19th, west of Spalding and drew nearly 400 competitors. The contest was sponsored by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service in Ord and the UNL…

AEM Flights planned for Buffalo County

Sep 20, 2019

Residents of northern Buffalo County may notice an unusual sight in the skies in mid October, a low-altitude helicopter towing a large hexagonal frame flying over their area. Officials at the Lower Loup Natural Resources District (LLNRD) say this unique equipment is simply part of a project to map groundwater aquifers and subsurface geology in the district. Instruments mounted below the helicopter…

Jim Nelson Named To NRD Hall of Fame

Sep 17, 2019

Jim Nelson of Cairo, a 47-year member of the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors, has been named to the NRD Hall of Fame.  The announcement was made at Husker Harvest Days near Grand Island on Wednesday, September 18.  Nelson was nominated for the honor by the Lower Loup NRD.  He retired in August as the last NRD Director in the state to serve from the first day of the Natural…

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