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5           National Day of Mourning for President George H.W. Bush- ULNRD Office Closed

13         Board Meeting- ULNRD Office @ 3 pm CT

25         Christmas Day-ULNRD Office Closed

 

January 2019

1          New Year's Day- ULNRD Office Closed

10        Board Meeting- ULNRD Office @ 3pm CT

15        Hazard Mitigation Meeting- Mullen Village Office @ 6pm MT

16        Hazard Mitigation Meeting- ULNRD Office @ 9am CT

16        Hazard Mitigation Meeting- Logan County Courthouse @ 3pm CT

21        Martin Luther King Jr. Day- ULNRD Office Closed

 

February 2019

7          Board Meeting- ULNRD Office @ 3pm CT

18        President's Day- ULNRD Office Closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upper Loup Natural Resources District

Tuesday
Dec062011

Mission statement: To conserve, develop, and manage natural resources to help protect lives, property, and future generations.

 

Upper Loup NRD
39252 Hwy 2

Thedford, NE  69166


Phone: 308-645-2250
Fax: 308-645-2308

email: ulnrd@upperloupnrd.org


The Upper Loup NRD is dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and wise use of natural resources.  We are based in Thedford and cover eight counties in the Sandhills area with a population of under 5,000. We are governed by 11 elected directors. The NRD and its programs are locally funded through property taxes and customer sales.

 The ULNRD is part of the Loup River Basin and is compromised of 6,690 square miles and includes all of Grant, Hooker, Thomas, Blaine, and Logan Counties and parts of McPherson, Brown, and Cherry Counties.

The distance from east to west is 120 miles, and from north to south is 78 miles and most of the 4,275,000 acres lies within the Nebraska Sand Hills.

NRDs under Nebraska State Law are charged with:

  • Erosion prevention and control
  • Prevention of damages from flood water and sediment
  • Flood prevention and control
  • Soil conservation
  • Water supply for any beneficial uses
  • Development, management, utilization and conservation of groundwater and surface water
  • Pollution control
  • Solid waste disposal and sanitary discharge
  • Drainage improvement and channel rectification
  • Development and management of fish and wildlife habitat
  • Development and management of recreational and park facilities
  • Forestry and range management