Outdoor Reports Buy A Permit Nebraska Game and Parks Make A Reservation
About Us
Articles & Blogs
Guides
Shop
News
NEBRASKAland
Calendar
Maps
Social Media and Mobile Apps

 
welcome

Conservation Programs and Projects


Conservation Resources


Water Conservation and Management

US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) - Lands along the Missouri River

The Corps developed a substantial Mitigation Project to acquire the land needed to develop fish and wildlife habitat from Sioux City, Iowa, to St. Louis, Mo.

Today, the Missouri River hosts a wide variety of interests and uses, all of which are considered in the Missouri River Recovery Program (MRRP). They include social, economic, historical and cultural uses such as agriculture, commerce, conservation, energy, environmental, natural resources, navigation, recreation, residential, urban uses and water supply. 

To locate public lands acquired through the project visit the web site map tool.

To learn more about the Missouri River Recovery Program visit the MRRP portal page

Presentations on Instream Appropriations and Water Resources

Read Eric Fowler's Blog on the Ebb and Flow of our Rivers (Nov. 5-2010)
Cool things I’ve learned … like fluvial geomorphology

 



end footer

About Us | Commissioners | Projects/Bids | Jobs | Privacy | E-News Subscribe

State of NebraskaOFFICIAL STATE OF NEBRASKA WEBSITE -
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission - 2200 N. 33rd St. Lincoln, NE 68503 - 402-471-0641


Twitter Icon Clickable YouTube Clickable Icon Instagram Clickable Icon Vine Clickable Icon Pinterest Clickable Icon