Climate Change Nebraska

High Plains Aquifer

Managing Nebraska’s Water Is Critical to the Health of Its People and Crops By: Celeste Kenworthy Connor Baldwin grew up in a town with contaminated drinking water – the kind linked to a slew of potentially fatal health problems for infants and adults.   At the time, the residents of Creighton, Nebraska, didn’t know why

Floodwater from the Missouri River covers an area of Percival, Iowa, near the Iowa-Nebraska border. Photo by Robert Ray The Impact of Climate Change on Nebraska’s Water: Too Much and Too Little The state already has taken steps to protect its precious resource By: Celeste Kenworthy Fifty-five years ago, Jim Goeke hated the state of