Our Philosophy

NLCV provides the public with objective, factual information about conservation politics in Nebraska.

NLCV collaborates strategically with appointed and elected officials and partner organizations on rules, regulations and environmental legislation...

NLCV supports conservation champions who will protect our environment for future generations.

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Leirion, Roy, and Bennie are dedicated to conserving our community’s natural and financial resources, and we can trust that they will enact common sense solutions to protect our health and safety if elected this May.

Join us for a discussion led by Tony Vargas about the intersection of inequality and environmental protection. 

Our internship program provides a hands-on opportunity to gain in-depth understanding of the field of non-profit management, environmental protection, and Nebraska politics. Interns will learn how to build power through organizing people and gain exposure to the inner-workings of policy development and political engagement.

News

Executive director of the NLCV, Eliot Bostar, explained why his organization has been taking steps to provide a public discussion on this important topic.

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

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Actions

See what conservation issues are being taken up by the Nebraska Legislature this year - and what you can do to help protect Nebraska's land, air, and water! 

Help NLCV continue to elect conservation champions to all levels of public office, engage Nebraskans across the state in important conservations issues, and ensure that our state's elected officials are held accountable to protecting our health, land, air, and water. 

See how your State Senator voted on the most important conservation-related bills of 2016

NLCV has many volunteer opportunities, and we would love to have your help! Sign up here if you are interested in learning more about volunteering with NLCV.