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Due to the weather forecast, the Watershed of Wonders scheduled Wednesday, June 20, has been postponed to Tuesday, June 26. It will still take place at Iron Horse Trail Lake, and all other details remain the same. Registration will be from 8:30-9:00 with the event concluding at 2:00.

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Eastern Nebraska residents should not be alarmed if they see a low-flying helicopter over areas of the Nemaha Natural Resources District (NNRD) in early June.

Beginning the second week of June and lasting one week or less, instruments mounted below a helicopter will collect and record geologic measurements to learn more about buried aquifers (glacial sands and...Read more...

Watershed of Wonders is coming to Iron Horse Trail Lake on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. All kids ages 10-12 are invited to share in a day filled with fun, outdoor activities: archery, boat rides, fishing, and more! Lunch, snacks, drinks, t-shirts, and more goodies are provided. It's all free, but pre-registration is required. Just print the registration...Read more...

Nemaha Natural Resources District officials have announced the approval of a grant from the Nebraska Environmental Trust which will provide $169,000 for the “Nemaha Basin Critical Aquifer Assessment Project.” The Trust Board announced the funding at its meeting on April 5, 2018, in Lincoln. This project is one of 105 projects receiving over $18 million...Read more...

Campers will be pleased to hear that the planned opening of the campgrounds at the new Duck Creek Recreation Area is on track for Monday, May 21. That's just in time for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend. Day-use areas of the park opened back in April, but NRD crews are still finishing up some work in the camping areas.

In December of 2015 the flood...Read more...