November 21, 2013

Over 72 Thousand Trees Planted by Lower Loup NRD in 2015

Jul 28, 2015

There were 72,552 conservation trees planted across the Lower Loup Natural Resources District this year.   The number of trees sold in the NRD is down slightly from last year’s 85,971 total. The Lower Loup NRD's tree planting program is one of the largest in the state and covers the entire District.  The NRD is made up of all or parts of 16 Nebraska counties.  Landowners and NRD crews could choose…

Lower Loup NRD Board Approves $1.38 Million For Columbus Levee

Jun 11, 2015

Citing flood control and public safety benefits, the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors has approved a contribution of $1.38 million to the Loup River Levee recertification project at Columbus.  The project, which has been delayed by lengthy federal reviews by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), is expected to cost approximately…

South Loup River Watershed Project

Apr 23, 2015

Over 40 people gathered at the Callaway Community Center on Tuesday, May 5th, to discuss efforts to protect the water quality and quantity of the South Loup Watershed.  The stakeholders meeting, led by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District and three other NRDs, was the first of a series of meetings to talk about impairments and options for improvement to the river basin. Adam Rupe of JEO, one…

New Video Program Developed For Nitrogen/Irrigation Management

Apr 23, 2015

A new video series designed to facilitate certification of nitrogen fertilizer management for producers across the state has been created by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  The Lower Loup NRD is one of serveral natural resources districts across the state who require certification in water quality management areas.  There are currently six videos in the series, all hosted on YouTube.  The links…

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