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    About NARD

    About NARD

    Who we are

    The Nebraska Association of Resources Districts (NARD) is the trade association for Nebraska's 23 Natural Resources Districts. NARD has five full-time employees, and is governed by a 23-member board made up of directors from individual districts.

    Meet our staff

    More on our directors

    Our Mission

    To assist NRDs in a coordinated effort to accomplish collectively what may not be accomplished individually to conserve, sustain, and improve our natural resources and environment.

    A Statewide Commitment

    Natural resources issues frequently cross political boundaries. NARD helps the state's Natural Resources Districts approach these issues in a coordinated effort. NARD works hand-in-hand with districts on basinwide issues, such as the Platte River Cooperative Agreement and the Republican River lawsuit with Kansas.

    One Voice

    By providing governmental representation, NARD gives districts a collective voice so they may be adequately represented on both state and federal levels.