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November 21, 2013

Lower Loup NRD To Take Part In Groundwater Nitrate Project

Mar 07, 2015

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors has approved the NRD’s participation in a research project on ways to manage fertilizer use to avoid high groundwater nitrate levels.  The SENSE (Sensors for Efficient Nitrogen Use and Stewardship of the Environment) Project will be a joint project of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Nebraska Corn Board, and five Natural Resources…

Lower Loup NRD Board Approves New Groundwater Rules

Feb 27, 2015

New rules concerning chemigation were give approval following a public hearing of the Lower Loup Natural Resources District.  The new chemigation rules include a new fee structure created after the Nebraska Legislature passed legislation last session allowing each district to set fees appropriate to the costs of managing the program. Chemigation is the process of applying agricultural chemicals by…

LLNRD Selects First Female Director for Board Vacancy

Feb 27, 2015

Beth Boesch of Columbus has been selected by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors to fill a vacancy for Subdistrict 9.  Boesch, a former employee of Nebraska Public Power District, will represent the subdistrict which is comprised of a section of south central Columbus.  Boesch becomes the first ever female member of the NRD Board.  Boesch was one of two candidates who applied…

Stakeholders Take Part In First IMP Meeting

Feb 18, 2015

Representatives of various water users groups attended the first meeting held to begin creation of a voluntary integrated management plan for the Lower Loup Natural Resources District on February 17, 2015 at the NRD office in Ord.  Those attending the meeting included surface water, groundwater, industrial, municipal, commercial and agricultural representatives. The objective of developing an integrated…

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