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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Lincoln as a city needs to continue to recognize that its water is a limited resource, and begin to break down wasteful water use habits and replace them with conservative ones.

Honeybees are in danger - Join us for a discussion about what they need to survive, what endangers them, and how you can help. 

Improving soil health can play a major role in fighting climate change - find out how at this upcoming event! 

News

Headlines: Senate Fails to Override Obama’s KXL Veto, New Wind Project Proposed for Nebraska, Hunters and Birdwatchers Highly Committed to Conservation, Clean Energy Transition Benefits Low Income and Fixed-Income Households, Nebraska Farmer Demonstrates “Cleanliness” of Fracking Wastewater

NLCV Endorses Chris Beutler for Mayor and Meg Mikolajczyk for Lincoln City Council

Headlines: Majority of Congressional Republicans Question Climate Science, 8 Million Tons of Plastic in our Oceans, Obama Vetoes KXL Pipeline Approval Bill, Victory in Republic River Dispute, Judge Puts Stop to TransCanada's Use of Eminent Domain, Nebraska's Panhandle Counties Oppose Fracking Waste Disposal Well 

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We have the opportunity to pass climate change legislation in the Nebraska Unicameral, but we need your help. Click here to sign your name. 

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