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November 2017

9       Board Meeting- 
                ULNRD Office 7 PM CT

10     Office Closed- 
                Verteran's Day

23-24     Office Closed- 
                Thanksgiving

December 2017

14       Board Meeting- 
                ULNRD Office 3 PM CT

25-26     Office Closed- 
                Christmas

 

 

 

 


Thursday
Feb232012

Small Acreage Tree Packages Available

Do you have enough protection? Trees provide important benefits such as protecting homes from wind and snow, helps reduce heating and cooling costs, prevents soil erosion, and provides wildlife habitat. The Upper Loup NRD has a new Small Acreage Tree Packages available for order. Each package will include 10 each of the following species:  Ponderosa Pine, Rocky Mountain Juniper, Hackberry, Chokecherry, and American Cranberrybush. Price is $50.00 per package.  To order or for more information contact Kyle at the Upper Loup NRD office at 308-645-2250.

 

 



Tuesday
Dec062011

Prescribed Burn Training Workshops

Nebraska Pheasants Forever Chapter is hosting a burn school in Thedford, NE January 26, 2012 at Brahmer's Steakhouse & Saloon, 39359 Hwy2, Thedford, NE.

For more information and to register visit Pheasants Forever website or call 308-428-3062.

Tuesday
Dec062011

Applications Required for Irrigators That Are Planning to Add NEW Irrigated Acres 


Application forms for landowners interested in developing new irrigated acres are now available online, at the ULNRD office in Thedford or can be mailed out upon request by calling the office at 308-645-2250.  The forms are available now so that each applicant has the appropriate time to complete the form, but landowners are reminded that applications will only be accepted by the NRD till December 31.  Landowners will be notified of their application’s outcome by January 31.

According to state statue and the Upper Loup NRD Ground Water Rules and Regulations, through year 2012 the district is allowed up to 2,500 new acres of groundwater irrigation annually.  If applications for new irrigation acres exceed the 2,500 a ranking process will be used to determine the acres that will be approved.  The criteria reviewed in the ranking process include the status of groundwater and surface water levels, the concentration of irrigation, the type of acre being developed, the type of irrigation system to be used, and the soil classification.



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