Welcome to Nemaha

Welcome to Nemaha

Welcome to the Nemaha NRD

Protecting Lives, Protecting Property, Protecting the Future…since 1972. That’s when the Nebraska Legislature first charged Natural Resources Districts with a broad range of conservation based responsibilities. However, each NRD is unique with its own specific priorities. The Nemaha NRD encompasses all or parts of the eight southeastern counties in Nebraska, and 21 locally elected directors make local decisions to serve you.

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The Steamboat Trace trail remains closed indefinitely due to floodwaters on the trail and trailheads. It is unknown at this time how long it will remain closed. The entire 22 miles from Nebraska City to Brownville are included in the closure. We apologize for the inconvenience. Check back here or on our Facebook page for further updates.Read more...

The Nemaha Natural Resources District plans to open the RV Campgrounds at Duck Creek Recreation Area on Wednesday, March 20, 2019.  Water and electricity will also be turned on by noon on Wednesday.  Persons in the Peru area needing potable water are welcome to use the hydrants in the park.  RV sites are also available for families displaced by flooding...Read more...

30
Mar

NARD Washington, DC, Conference

NARD Washington, DC, Conference - NRD staff from across the state will travel to Washington, DC, to meet with various representatives about our local...Read more

1
Apr

Full Services Restored at NNRD Parks

On April 1 services at the Nemaha NRD's parks (Kirkman's Cove, Iron Horse Trail Lake, Wirth Brothers Lake) will be restored for the season. That includes water,...Read more

11
Apr

NNRD Board Meeting

Nemaha NRD board of directors meeting time returns to 8:00 p.m. in April....Read more