The results are in! Dante Delgado of Dalhart was this year’s grand prize winner in the Water Conservation Artwork Contest sponsored by the North Plains […]
In October, North Plains Groundwater Conservation District (NPGCD) presented to Gruver students about the soil cycle and permeability at their agriculture day for the Gruver […]
The Stallwitz family of Moore County, TX was honored with the 2016 Farmer Rancher of the Year Award as part of the Amarillo Ag Appreciation […]
Groundwater Conservation Districts in Texas are required to establish goals in a comprehensive 50-year management plan and adopt rules to ensure those goals are met. […]
A schedule for the 2016 production reporting process has been set by North Plains Groundwater Conservation District staff.
The 2016 Annual Production Reports were mailed out […]
The district board of directors has a new, but very experienced, leadership team, as new officers were sworn in at the December board meeting.
Harold Grall, […]
The limited number of spots available for the second year of the Master Irrigator program are available now on a first come, first served basis […]
The four-member committee in charge of planning for the Panhandle’s future groundwater needs approved goals that will affect water policy in the area for the […]
Bob Zimmer was re-elected as North Plains Groundwater Conservation District Director of Hutchinson and Hansford Counties November 8, 2016. Zimmer won election over challenger Derik Grotegut of […]
After experiencing success in its first year, North Plains Groundwater Conservation District (NPGCD) is now accepting applications for the 2017 Master Irrigator Program.
Through a partnership […]