August 15th, 2017

The Northeast Nebraska Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council recently received a Norfolk Area Home Realty grant of $150 from Steve Osborn, Broker, Owner, and Salesman. The company has been providing funds monthly to local non-profits that are supporting Nebraska’s 150th Sesquicentennial. The funds will be used for the “Heritage and History Tour of Knox County” coming up on Friday, September 22nd.
The Nebraska Sesquicentennial Commission has approved this tour as a Signature Event of the 2017 Sesquicentennial. This event fits perfectly with the mission of the Commission they said and are excited to add it to the Nebraska 150 Celebration.
Earlier this year the RC&D received a $500 grant from the Knox County Visitor’s Committee to help with marketing the tour. Watch for more information on the details of the tour.
In the photo: Leonard Janovec and Bob Huntley, board members serving on the Northeast Nebraska Resource Conservati..

July 20th, 2017

Northeast Nebraska Weed Management Receives Award
The Northeast Nebraska Weed Management Area (NNWMA) received a Missouri National Recreational River Partnership Award for 2016 from the National Park Service as a result of their work to control noxious weeds in and along the Missouri River. Brian Korman, Lead Biological Technician, presented the award at the NNWMA’s meeting on July 18th. He stated “With all the work this group does on the river you’re definitely deserving of this award.”
The NNWMA covers an eight county area of 4,610,212 acres on private, public, and tribal land whose northern boundary is the Missouri National Recreation River, a component of the National Park and Wild & Scenic Rivers System. Partners agree on the scope of the issues and attack them with a focused/targeted approach.
Priority noxious and invasive weed species found along the Missouri River include Purple Loosestrife, Salt cedar, Canada thistle and Phragmites.
The NNWMA group was formed in 1995 as a ..