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Lower Loup NRD Watershed Project Receives Award

Mar 08, 2019

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District’s “South Loup River Watershed Management Plan” has been named the winner of the Environmental Planning Award by the Nebraska Chapter of the American Planning Association. NRD Assistant General Manager Tylr Naprstek said that the Lower Loup NRD developed a group of stakeholders representing a variety of interests in the watershed, from agribusiness to community…

Central Region Envirothon Dominated by Loup City, St. Paul & Aurora

Mar 06, 2019

Teams from Loup City, St. Paul, and Aurora took top honors at the 2019 Central Region Envirothon at Central Community College-Platte Campus in Columbus on March 5, 2019. In Envirothon, high school teams compete in each category of the contest and for the best score overall. The categories of competition are forestry, natural resources policy, range, soils, aquatics, wildlife, and a special topic. This…

Nebraska Supreme Court Affirms Lower Loup NRD Groundwater Regulations

Jan 23, 2019

The Nebraska Supreme Court recently confirmed the authority of a natural resources district to impose groundwater management requirements and levy penalties on a landowner.  The Supreme Court said the Lower Loup Natural Resources District had authority to impose sanctions on Robert J. Prokop of Wilber, who owns land in Nance County. NRD General Manager Russell Callan said that Prokop failed to provide…

Potential for Recharge Reservoir in Custer County Being Studied

Jan 15, 2019

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District is studying the potential for a reservoir that would offer groundwater recharge and recreational opportunities on Lillian Creek in northeast Custer County.  A feasibility study for the project by HDR, an engineering company based in Omaha, has been completed and is available below.  Given the report size, it is broken into 5 sections. Section 1 Section 2 Section…

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