November 21, 2013

Voluntary Integrated Management Plan Approved By LLNRD Board

Mar 23, 2016

At a public hearing on the Voluntary Integrated Management Plan for the Lower Loup Natural Resources District on March 24th, the LLNRD Board of Directors voted unanimously to move forward with the plan. Click here to view the Voluntary Integrated Management Plan. An integrated management plan creates a foundation of data and tools to effectively manage water use and supply.  It creates a framework…

NRD System Featured On NETV Special, Now Available On-Line

Mar 21, 2016

Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts get the spotlight in a one-hour documentary produced by Nebraska Educational Television (NETV).  The program, called “Keeping Nebraska Local: A Unique Approach to Resource Management,”is a collaboration between NETV and NRDs around the state.  It provides history and an in-depth look at the districts.  Nebraska's Natural Resources District system is the only one…

Management Options Identified For South Loup Water Issues

Feb 19, 2016

Options ranging from water detention structures to improve water quantity to water quality options for reducing contaminants were presented at a meeting on South Loup Watershed issues in Pleasanton February 4th.   The South Loup River Watershed, which stretches from east of Ravenna northwest to the Stapleton area, has seen reductions in both surface water flows and groundwater levels as well as water…

Directors, Staff Honored For Service To LLNRD

Dec 18, 2015

The Lower Loup Natural Resources district honored members of the Board of Directors and NRD staff members for their service to the District at the NRD's Annual Awards Dinner December 17, 2015, at the Veterans Club in Ord. Lower Loup NRD Directors receiving awards were Darwin Anderson of Columbus for 40 years of service, Gary Kruse of Columbus for 20 years of service, and James Eschliman of Ericson…

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