Publications and Resources
Want to find out more about saline wetlands conservation? Click on the links below to read more about what’s being done to preserve our saline wetlands.
Saline Wetlands Conservation Partnership
- Interlocal Agreement
- Saline Wetlands Conservation Partnership Brochure
- Implementation Plan for the Conservation of Nebraska’s Eastern Saline Wetlands
- Nebraska Salt Marshes: Last of the Least
- Mitigation Guidelines for Nebraska’s Eastern Saline Wetlands
- Resource Categorization of Nebraska’s Eastern Saline Wetlands
- USFWS Federal Register 2010: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Designation of Critical Habitat for the Salt Creek Tiger Beetle; Final Rule
Annual Progress Reports
- "Area Was Once A 'Hunter's Paradise'" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2007.
- "John Gregory Was A Man Of Many Lincoln 'Firsts'" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2010.
- "W.W. Cox Was A Salt Boiler and Historian" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2010.
- "A Look at Lincoln's First Families" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2012.
- "Windmills And Water In Lincoln" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2012.
- "Remaining Salt Basins Are Unique Natural Resource" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2013.
- "Nebraska Territory's First Legislature Heavy On Iowans, Ranged From 'Indifferent' To 'Bad'" by Jim McKee, Lincoln Journal Star, 2014.
- "Birding Salt Marshes" by John Carlini, Lincoln Journal Star, 2015.
- Outdoor Lighting May Affect Tiger Beetle (11/18/05)
- Beetle Influencing Development Plans (11/19/05)
- Tiger beetle may have big economic impact.(10/12/07)
- Endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle gets extra protection (4/7/10)
- Salt Creek tiger beetle population shows very little improvement(11/3/10)
- Lawsuit to target tiger beetle habitat (12/16/10)
- Lawsuit filed in increase habitat protection for Salt Creek tiger Beetle (2/24/11)
- Lawsuit settlement could increase... (6/8/11)
- Lincoln's little-know Frank Shoemaker Marsh is a naturalist's dream come true
- Conservation Complex Grows North of Lincoln