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Nebraska NRD Board: Central Platte, Dist 4

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  • Eric Davis
    (NP)

Biographical Information

What steps will you take to prepare for changes in climate trends that affect Natural Resource District management?

What educational actions will you advocate for your district's students and adults regarding the changing climate?

How do you address the concerns of citizens and developers who want access to NRD projects?

Has your district tested its water for nitrate levels? If its concentration is found higher than the federal limit of 10 ppm, how would you recommended remedying the situation?

If elected, what would be your first year priorities? Please detail.

Occupation Conservation Director win Conservation Nebraska. I set up monthly educational events in the area.
Education I studied Broadcasting at Central Community College
Current Public Office, dates held None
Past Public Office, dates held None
Military experience None
Address 603 W 27th St Apt 4 Kearney Nebraska
Marital Status Not married
Age 34
Twitter @Esdavis
I would like to see an expansion of cover cropping in the district to prevent soil erosion and overall better soil health. I hope to introduce more protection from ag runoff entering our waterways. I think we could implement better practices then we currently are doing.
This is something I am doing everyday. I would like to have our NRD work with the local FFA chapters and help create a program with them to commit and develop plans to use in their operations that are regenerative and progressive practices.
We have to look at everything as and individual basis and we need to make sure any project is safe for our water supply and our native species.
They have tested I would like to see an expansion in testing across the district so we can get a more accurate reading on the levels.
My first priority is to learn and listen to the concerns of everyone. The first year overall priorities would be to increase the use of cover cropping across the district and reduce standing water after floods in fields so we don't lose more crops to flooding in the future.