Middle Niobrara Natural Resources District

*Protecting Lives*
*Protecting Property*
*Protecting the Future*
The Middle Niobrara Natural Resources District wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
Middle Niobrara NRD Natural Resources Supervisor Position Available

The MNNRD has a career opening for a natural resources supervisor. This position is responsible for the oversight of all the natural resource programs at the MNNRD. This includes coordination of Long Pine Creek Watershed, designing, planting and maintaining windbreaks, ordering, keeping records, care of nursery stock, assist with hiring and supervising staff, working with resource/habitat related cost share programs, coordinating the tree program, machine rental, sales/ordering products, maintaining vehicles and equipment, and work with legislative issues.

Individual applicants will need to submit a resume – including contact information for former employers, cover letter, and at least 3 work related references. For a complete job description or questions, you can contact the MNNRD office at (402) 376-3241 or view the full job description by following the link:     Natural Resources Supervisor positon

Middle Niobrara NRD

Natural Resources Internship Available

We are looking for someone to intern in 2018, length of internship can be 6-12 months. This is great opportunity for those interested in the biology, agricultural sciences, natural resources sciences, and business administration. For a full description check out the Employment tab under About Us.

Interactive Conservation Map 
Interested in learning more about conservation in the United States? Follow this link & check out this interactive map made by the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD).  Interactive Conservation Map
The Middle Niobrara NRD office will be closed on December 25th & January 1st
Tree order forms are due back January 15th!
If you need to order any trees:
- follow the link: Tree Order Form
- print
- fill out 
- return to office
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