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January 19, 2016

Welcome back! Thanks to all who attended the January Water Roundtable meeting and enjoyed a presentation by Jeff Fassett, the director of the Department of Natural Resources for Nebraska. If you were unable to make the meeting you can view the presentation below. Join us again in February!

December 18, 2015

Thanks to all who attended the December Water Roundtable meeting and enjoyed a presentation by Senator Curt Friesen. If you were unable to make the meeting you can view the presentation below. Join us again in January!

October 18, 2015

Thanks to all who attended the October Water Roundtable meeting and enjoyed a presentation by Ann Bleed. If you were unable to make the meeting you can view the presentation below. Join us again in December!

December 2, 2014

February 19, 2015 – Curtis, NE

The Ag Industry Educational Center at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is hosting a one day Soil Moisture Probe Workshop on their campus in Curtis, NE. Who Should Attend? Anyone with an interest in learning to install watermark sensors or digital probes, managing irrigation water using digital data, and hiring NCTA students studying to be irrigation technologists. The preregistration deadline is January 15. To register email or call Paige at newba2012@gmail.com or (308) 324-2386.

For more information: Soil Moisture Probe Workshop

Nebraska Water Resources Association

is a nonprofit alliance of state organizations and individuals dedicated to the appropriate management, conservation, and use of water and land resources on a statewide and national level. Founded in 1944, the NWRA furthers the development, reclamation, conservation and beneficial uses of Nebraska’s water and land resources. Directed by a 24 member board of directors representing Nebraska’s river basins, surface water and ground water irrigation, electric power, municipalities, industrial, professional, conservation, recreation and financial institutions, the NWRA provides a diverse but unified voice to government policy makers and the public on water issues.