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The Middle Niobrara Natural Resources District (MNNRD) was awarded funding through a 2019 NACD Technical Assistance (TA) grant through partnership with the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) and the U.S. Department opf Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS...
The Middle Niobrara Natural Resources District (MNNRD) in Cherry County, Valentine, Nebraska was awareded a technical assistance grant from NACD. This is the third year of the NACD technical assistance grant program, which was created with funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural...
The MNNRD is advertising an RFP in regards to USDA-NRCS Watershed Work Plans in Cherry County, Nebraska on Cherry County Watersheds A, B, and E. If interested in these planning efforts, please click on the following link: RFP If you have any questions, call Zachery Peterson at the MNNRD Office at...
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This community driven Q&A published by the NRD focuses on questions regarding water rights and the role of Natural Resource Districts in Nebraska.
On October 18th, the MNNRD played host to the Old West Regional Judging. The contest went smoothly and was a success. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make this happen.
MNNRD planted & donated 75 ponderosa pines to the Valentine Dog Park & Shelter, Borders Without Boundaries.
Brewer Bridge Landing was cleaned up. It got canoer ready with removing dead limbs off trees, cleaning up bushes, mowing, and fixing tables and benches.
Staff met with absentee landowners and took them on a field day to discuss the Long Pine Creek Watershed Project. This was to provide them with a learning experience and show them some conservation efforts that are happening in the area and different things they could get involved in to help improve...
Trees were cut, stumps and weeds were sprayed, the dam was cleaned, bushes were trimmed and dead tree branches were removed at Valentine Mill Pond to make it safe and more accessible.