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Omaha World Herald Article: Drought in 2012 was wake-up call for more sustainable use of water in Nebraska. “We can’t keep acting like we have all the water in the world,’’ Fassett told more than 200 people gathered at the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Scott Conference Center.

At the 2015 Nebraska Conservation Summit, Presenter Joe Wahlgren of the Twin Platte NRD discussed the feasibility study on conjunctive water management in the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District. Check out the study here

Omaha World Herald Article: As drought tied to global climate change increasingly taps out rivers and groundwater basins in the American West, forward-thinking water conservation methods will be critical to meeting water needs and reducing disputes. That’s the message water expert Peter Gleick will bring to Omaha on Monday as the keynote speaker in a water conference sponsored by the Nebraska League of Conservation Voters.

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