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Area 28 Soil Samples Due February 1st

Nov 15, 2017

The Lower Loup NRD reminds producers in Water Quality Area 28 that 2018 crop year NO3 soil sample analyses are due February 1st, 2018. Area 28 stretches from southwest of Fullerton to south of Columbus and is the District's lone Phase III Water Quality Area.  The samples should be taken following the 2017 crop. The variability in soil sample nitrate results for the 2017 crop year nearly doubled compared…

NRD Arboretum Benefits From OHS Students' "Community Service Day"

Oct 12, 2017

A group of Ord High School students spent part of an afternoon working in the Lower Loup NRD Arboretum as part of the school's "Community Service Day."  The students helped load downed tree limbs, pulled up old drip irrigation tubing, and cleaned up the NRD's tree nursery.  The students were accompanied by OHS staff Nathan Wells and Colleen Grint.                                                   …

Lower Loup NRD Board Okays New Irrigated Acres

Oct 10, 2017

Applications for a total of 1,462 new irrigated acres in the North Loup River and Beaver Creek Sub-Basins have been approved by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors.  NRD General Manager Leon “Butch” Koehlmoos said that there were 28 applications for new irrigation, 16 in the North Loup River Basin and 12 in the Beaver Creek Basin.  He said that the total amount of irrigated…

Palmer's Dennis Mottl Wins 2017 Educator Award

Oct 10, 2017

Palmer High School Ag Teacher and FFA Advisor Dennis Mottl has been named the recipient of the Natural Resources Educator of the Year Award for 2017.  The Nebraska Association of Resources Districts presents the award annually to recognize outstanding natural resources education efforts in Nebraska. Mottl has been an agriculture education instructor for over 35 years.  He has taught at schools in…

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