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All Nemaha NRD parks are open, and all services including camping are available. This includes Kirkman's Cove, Iron Horse Trail Lake, Duck Creek Recreation Area, Wirth Brothers Lake, and Prairie Owl. Currently the areas will remain open; you are asked to practice good social distancing while at the parks until further notice. Check out our Recreation page for the...Read more...

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, the Nemaha NRD will be limiting public access to our building complex at Tecumseh. Our main office and shop buildings will be closed to the public until further notice in response to the COVID-19 virus. This action is in the interest of the health and welfare of both our staff and our constituents.

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The Nemaha Natural Resources District has suspended in-person sale of vehicle entry permits for its parks until further notice. Customers may purchase permits online, by mail, or through the collection boxes located at each park. However, sales at the NRD's office in Tecumseh have been discontinued to help in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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Chemigation training/certification class scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, at the Nemaha NRD has been cancelled. Questions may be directed to Nathan Mueller at 402-580-5725.Read more...

A public hearing has been scheduled on Monday, February 3, 2020, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Nemaha NRD headquarters in Tecumseh. The purpose of this heairng is to accept testimony on the proposed revisions to the District's Groundwater Quantity Rules & Regulations....Read more...

Park permit stickers for the 2020 calendar year are now available for purchase at the NRD's office in Tecumseh and through our website. Rates remain the same as last year: $15 for one vehicle; $8 for a second vehicle (must be titled to the same person and only available at time of purchase of the first, $15 permit). Permits are valid through December 31...Read more...

Effective June 14, 2019, the Steamboat Trace trail remains closed indefinitely. Due to extensive damage, the entire trail is expected to remain closed throughout 2019. 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...