The Lewis & Clark Natural Resources District has its regular monthly Board of Directors meeting on Friday the 22nd day of March 2024, at 10:30 a.m. at the Lewis & Clark NRD Office. The storm date will be the 25th day of March, at 10:30 a.m. at the Lewis & Clark NRD. The current agenda is on file at the District Office. This meeting is open to the public. 



This two day grazing management workshop is offered at no-cost to those who work on farm/ranch in the Lewis & Clark NRD. Ralph Tate, Holistic Management Certified Educator, will conduct the course and local grazing systems will be visited. Participants will learn: Key grazing planning principles for improving land health and productivity, Steps in a simple approach to grazing planning to better analyze and address critical grazing considerations, How to determine forage inventory, animal needs, and grazing and recovery periods, and Individual grazing plans will be developed. Bring your entire team responsible for grass and animal management to increase the value of the workshop. Meals provided both days with RSVP. Register 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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