NEBRASKAland July 2016

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JULY 2016 • NEBRASKAland 65 MAP ARTWORK BY TIM REIGERT Public access points (with public parking) for Logan Creek are now located in the towns of Pender, Bancroft and Oakland. Logan Creek The following organizations made public access possible: The Nebraska Loess Hills Resource Conservation and Development Council; Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District, Cuming County; Cuming County Visitors Bureau; the Elkhorn Valley chapter of Pheasants Forever; the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Partners in Providing Access Pender Walthill Bancroft Lyons Rosalie Oakland START END Bridges over creek (not all public) s Canoe access with public parking s s s Thurston Logan Creek Dredge Access with Parking

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