The Lewis & Clark Natural Resources District will hold its regular monthly Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, the 18th day of July 2024, at 7:00 p.m. at the Lewis & Clark NRD Office, Hartington, Nebraska.  The current agenda is on file at the District Office. This meeting is open to the public.



Profiting from summer annual forages and livestock integration on cropland is the focus of the 2024 Bow Creek Field Day. This year's featured speaker is Darrel Oswald, Burleigh County Conservation District Manager. Burleigh County Conservation Districts owns and operates Menoken Farm, a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota. It works in North Dakota, but will it work here? A local farmer panel will discuss how they use summer annual forages in their system and the economics of grazing livestock as part of an extended rotation. This event is offered at no cost to those who live or farm/ranch in the LCNRD and to those who support local farmers and ranchers (agronomists, crop advisors, ag businesses, etc.). Due to support from Nebraska Environmental Trust, Water Sustainability Funds, and LCNRD, only a small $25 fee for those outside the LCNRD will be charged to cover the cost of meals. The noon meal will be provided with RSVP received before July 15th. To RSVP, email with the names of attendees, call the Lewis & Clark NRD at 402-254-6758, or register online here.


Protecting Lives, Protecting Property, Protecting Our Future.

The Lewis & Clark Natural Resources District was created in 1972 by the Nebraska Legislature which combined 154 special purpose entities into 23 NRDs.

The 23 Natural Resources Districts are funded by local property taxes to establish and manage resource projects in their area. Natural Resources Districts help respond to natural resources challenges with local control for local solutions. NRD’s work in partnership with other agencies and organizations such as the Natural Resources Conservation Service, NE Game & Parks and local municipalities.

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