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South Loup Watershed Plan Gets EPA Approval

Dec 15, 2017

The watershed plan developed for the South Loup River Basin for the Lower Loup Natural Resources District has received final approval from the US Environmental Protection Agency.  The completed plan provides insights on the work needed to protect water quality and quantity in the basin.  It also identifies best management practices that can be utilized to protect both surface and groundwater in the…

Lower Loup NRD Appoints New Directors

Nov 22, 2017

Rick Vlach of Scotia and Larry Mohrman of Columbus have been appointed to vacancies on the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors.  The NRD Board approved the appointments at its meeting on November 16th. NRD General Manager Leon “Butch” Koehlmoos said that the appointments were approved following votes by the NRD Board.  He said the two seats will both be up for re-election in 2018. …

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.                                                   …

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