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The Upper Republican Natural Resources District preserves and protects groundwater and other natural resources in a three-county region of Southwest Nebraska. The District uses its groundwater-management authorities to sustain the region’s strong, agricultural-based economy over the long term so future generations can enjoy the quality of life that exists within the District. The URNRD also works closely with the State of Nebraska and other NRDs to implement and operate projects that maintain compliance with an interstate water compact, the Republican River Compact.

 

Upper Republican Natural Resources District

NRD News & Events

Tue, 10/31/2017 - 7:00am
Properly managing natural resources is crucial to ag’s future, and Nebraska's 45-year-old system is being looked at by several states as the long-term answer.Curt Arens | Oct 27, 2017Nebraska's natural resources districts celebrated its 45th birthday in 2017. In 1969, the...
Fri, 10/13/2017 - 10:45am
Letter to the EditorMonday, October 2, 2017Dear Editor,Questions about Nebraska Cooperative Republican Platte Enhancement Project’s (N-CORPE) ownership of property have recently been raised by some Lincoln County residents who would like the property to be in private hands...

Regional/National Water News

07/11/2017 - 9:12am
Hub Opinion Jul 5, 2017 Nebraska author Willa Cather’s “The Song of the Lark” is about a young woman yearning to escape to the city from her rural Colorado town, and, as with many of Cather’s novels, the book is a tribute to determination and its undeniable connection to...Read more
07/11/2017 - 9:10am
By LORI POTTER Hub Staff Writer Jul 5, 2017 Updated Jul 5, 2017 SMITHFIELD — An important step soon may be complete for a proposal to divert excess Platte River flows into the Republican Basin. The project would take the Platte water, when available, from the Central...Read more