November 21, 2013

Election Means New Faces, Returning Directors on LLNRD Board

Dec 14, 2016

The November 2016 General Election saw nine members of the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors re-elected to their seats and two new members who replaced Directors who did not seek re-election or withdrew from the Board. The two new members represent the Columbus/Platte County area, Chad Podolak in Subdistrict 8 and Bob Bauer in Subdistrict 9.   The returning Directors are Jim…

Lower Loup NRD Hosts 2016 State Land Judging Contest

Nov 04, 2016

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the State Land Judging Committee hosted 188 competitors at the 2016 State Land Judging Contest north of Pleasanton in Buffalo County. Top individual competitor in the contest was Tanner Kauk of Alma, who scored a 358 out of a potential 400 points.  Second place went to Braden Peters of Pender (355), Lilia Aberle…

Lower Loup NRD Helps Fund No-Till Presentation

Nov 03, 2016

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District is one of the agencies helping to fund a no-till farming presentation in Ord on December 5th.  Gabe Brown, a North Dakota farmer, will discuss his no-till operation which covers 5,000 acres.  Brown says by utilizing cover crops and grazing them, he has reduced his inputs and increased his profits. The Cover Crop and No-Till Conference will include:  Tips…

NRD Residents, Director Honored At Annual Conference

Nov 01, 2016

Robert and Cathy Price and the Gracie Creek Ranch of Burwell have been awarded the Nebraska Outstanding Tree Planter Award for 2016.  N. Richard “Dick” Hadenfeldt of Dannebrog was named "Director of the Year." Both honors came at the annual Nebraska Association of Resources Districts Conference held September 26th and 27th in Kearney.   The Price Family has planted nearly 52,000 trees on the ranch,…

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