Niobrara River Water Flow - 2016
The Niobrara River, over 500 miles long, runs through Wyoming and Nebraska. A seventy-six-mile section of the river, in central Nebraska, has been designated a National Scenic River. At the request of Jordan Messerer, ACA State Director for Nebraska, the ACA Stewardship Department wrote a letter to Nebraska’s Department of Natural Resources in support of allowing the Nebraska DNR and Natural Resource Districts to manage local water use to assure flow in the Niobrara sufficient to preserve and sustain the wildlife and recreational use of Nebraska’s premier recreation river.
- Nebraska DNR letter (PDF)