Three options for a Republican River plan
October 16, 2009

Nebraskans are hearing from the Department of Natural Resources about three proposed plans for managing water in the Republican River Basin so that the state can comply with its agreement to send more water downstream to Kansas. The options include a permanent reduction in groundwater use by all parties involved, a sharper reduction by targeted users, or an even sharper reduction by an even smaller number of targeted users. Well over 175,000 acres are affected by the plans, which are supposed to be finalized by the end of the year.

More water is used for agriculture in Nebraska than for any other purpose, and we sell a wide range of agricultural pumps and other products to farmers and ranchers, in addition to a number of products for improving water efficiency. Please feel free to contact us with your questions.

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