The Nebraska Water Center will hold their annual Water and Natural Resources Tour again this summer. June 19-22 attendees will explore Northeast Nebraska and gain first-hand experience with the water management practices, history and innovation of that region of the state. Tour stops include the Norfolk Riverfront development, the Bazile Groundwater Management Area, Gavins Point Dam, Ashfall Fossil Beds and much more.
The 2023 Water Tour is being hosted by the Nebraska Water Center and the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District.
$685 per person, single occupancy and $600 per person, double occupancy.
Registration includes all meals, hotels, commercial transportation, on-board refreshments and activities from Monday evening through Thursday at 5 p.m. The tour will begin and end in Norfolk, Neb. Transportation to and from the location is not included with registration costs.
Tour seating is limited. Registrations are on a first come, first served basis with payment required at the time of registration.
To register, print the registration form linked here, fill it out, and mail to Tricia Liedle at 2021 Transformation Drive, Suite 3220 Lincoln, NE 68508.
Registration is open through May 19 or until all seats are filled.
The Water Tour was first held in 1975. The tours are designed to enhance understanding and appreciation for water management in Nebraska and beyond, providing an educational experience for anyone interested in natural resource management.