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The Middle Republican Natural Resources District is responsible for the protection of the natural resources and assists landowners in planning, funding, and applying conservation practices.

 

August 2022 Regular Meeting Notice & Agenda

Friday, May 20, 2022

The Middle Republican Natural Resources District Board of Directors will hold their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 9:00 AM, at the Middle Republican NRD office, 208 Center Avenue, Curtis and/or via Zoom. The agenda, kept current, is available during regular business hours at the NRD office in Curtis.  Individuals wishing to attend may do so, please contact our office for further direction at 308-367-4281 or 800-873-5613.

MRNRD SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE

Monday, March 14, 2022

MRNRD Scholarship Available

April 29, 2022 - Two $500.00 scholarships are available for high school students in the Middle Republican Natural Resources District.  Preference will be given to those applicants who plan to major in a natural resources or agricultural related field.  Applicants must live within the Middle Republican Natural Resources District as well, which consists of Frontier, Red Willow, Hitchcock, Hayes, and the southern half of Lincoln County.

Check out our new Redistricting Maps!!!

Monday, January 31, 2022

The Middle Republican Natural Resources District (MRNRD) voted to change the number of board members and move voting district boundaries due to the change in the 2020 Census and the ability to get to the near 1:1 voting.

 They discussed several options and voted to move from 13 board members to 11 board members.  They will be nominated and voted on by districts within the MRNRD.  Please check out the maps for the new districts.

5th Generation IMP Order

Friday, August 27, 2021

An IMP is jointly developed and adopted by NeDNR and an NRD for integrated surface water and groundwater management within the NRD. This IMP between NeDNR and MRNRD is required under Neb. Rev. Stat. § 46-715 (1)(a). The entirety of MRNRD was determined to be fully appropriated on July 16, 2004, under the requirements of LB962 Laws 2004, Sec. 60 (3)(b). Under this legislation, areas for which NeDNR had previously determined a joint action plan was necessary, under prior law, were designated as fully appropriated as of the operative date of LB962 (2004).

Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment torehabilitate Blackwood Creek Site 11-A and Dry Creek South 2-A.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Public Scoping Notice

Blackwood Creek Site 11-A Supplemental Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment,

Hayes County, Nebraska

Dry Creek South 2-A Supplemental Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment

Red Willow County, Nebraska