Stormwater Landscaping

Join Conservation Nebraska and guest speaker, Andy Szatko, to learn how to design your next stormwater landscaping project for your home. Andy Szatko is an Environmental Quality Control Technician with Omaha Stormwater and is a wealth of knowledge! Join us to learn...

Know Nebraska: Nebraska’s Green Infrastructure

Nebraska’s water resources are highly revered not only across the state, but across the country. Nebraska has the most groundwater out of any other state, due to the presence of the Ogallala Aquifer and we’re home to 80,000 miles of rivers and streams. Nebraska also...

Know Nebraska: Nitrates in Nebraska

What exactly are nitrates? Nitrates, which is a form of nitrogen, are plant nutrients needed for improved growth, but excess of these nutrients can cause adverse impacts on human health. When too much nitrogen or fertilizer is applied, plants cannot absorb the...

Celebrate National Rivers Month

June 1st annually marks the beginning of National Rivers Month! Rivers are an extremely important natural resource in Nebraska, with 79,056 miles of rivers throughout the state. Conservation Nebraska is dedicated to educating the community about the protection of...

Ground Water Levels in the High Plains Aquifer

Groundwater is an important source of water for many Nebraskans. While Nebraska has some of the highest levels of groundwater in the country, this important resource is beginning to shows signs of major depletion. Join Conservation Nebraska and Aaron Young from...