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Rasmussen Inducted Into NARD Hall Of Fame

Sep 28, 2017

Former Lower Loup NRD Board member and North Loup resident Dean Rasmussen has been inducted into the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts Hall of Fame. Rasmussen, now of Hastings, was a member of the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors for 45 years and served as representative to the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts (NARD) for 24 years.  Rasmussen retired as representative…

Over 400 Compete In Area IV Range Contest In Valley County

Sep 28, 2017

Payton Placke of Palmer, John Wetovick of Fullerton, and teams from Sargent and Ord finished first in their divisions of the 2017 Area 4 Range Judging Contest.  The event was held Wednesday, September 20th, at the Davis Creek State Wildlife Management Area near North Loup and drew 425 competitors: 409 students and 16 instructors. The contest was sponsored by the Lower Loup Natural Resources District,…

Nebraska's NRD System Celebrates 45 Years

Jul 11, 2017

This month, Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts celebrate 45 years of service to Nebraska.  The NRD system got its start in July 1972 and the Districts have been helping Nebraskans to conserve the state’s natural resources ever since.  Natural Resources Districts were formed by legislation passed by the Unicameral that merged several existing agencies, including Soil and Water Conservation Districts. …

NRD Board Levies Groundwater Penalty

Jul 08, 2017

A Nance County landowner has been penalized four years of irrigation by the Lower Loup NRD Board of Directors.  Robert Prokop of Wilber, who owns land in Nance County, was found to have violated the NRD's groundwater management rules. Following a public hearing in May, the NRD Board voted in June to impose a penalty that means no irrigation on Prokop's Nance County land from 2018 through 2021.  This…

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