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November 21, 2013

Crop Water Use Information Now Available for 2017 Growing Season

Jun 26, 2017

Crop water use information is now available from the Lower Loup NRD for the 2017 irrigation season.   The data is compiled by the University of Nebraska- Lincoln Extension and can be accessed by clicking on the “Resources” tab on the tool bar above.  Then, follow the drop-down box to “Crop Water Use.” The report includes information on daily crop water use for corn, soybeans, potatoes, and alfalfa. …

LLNRD Hazard Mitigation Plan Under State & Federal Review

Jun 23, 2017

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District's hazard mitigation plan update is currently undergoing state and federal review. The plan update was created to assist counties, communities and school districts in planning for disasters before they occur and will make the entities participating in the effort eligible for federal funds to implement disaster mitigation projects identified in the plan. Hazard…

Full Service Camping, New Fees Come to Davis Creek Recreation Area

Mar 28, 2017

Campers now have access to electrical and water hook-ups at Davis Creek Recreation Area south of North Loup.  The 42 new full service camp sites, a new coin-operated shower house, and new vault toilets are part of a multi-phase improvement project at the recreation area. A second expansion phase, underway soon, will include a second boat ramp, a fish cleaning station, an RV sanitary dump, and a new…

Erosion & Sediment Control Act Public Hearing Held March 30th

Mar 10, 2017

The Lower Loup Natural Resources Districtl held a public hearing at the district headquarters, 2620 Airport Drive in Ord, March 30, 2017, at 5:15 pm, to consider approval of rules and regulations to implement the Erosion and Sediment Control Act.  The rules are meant to reduce damage from wind erosion, reduce storm water runoff and flooding danger, reduce sediment damage, reduce non-point pollution…

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