This is a legal form that was released by the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources - a government authority operating within Nebraska. Check the official instructions before completing and submitting the form.
Q: What is the DNR Form 962-200-CREP?
A: DNR Form 962-200-CREP is the application form used to request a change of appropriation to augment stream flow in Nebraska.
Q: What is the purpose of the Crep Water Use Contract?
A: The Crep Water Use Contract is used to allocate water resources for the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) in Nebraska.
Q: What is the purpose of the change of appropriation?
A: The change of appropriation is to increase the stream flow by diverting water to the designated areas for the benefit of the CREP.
Q: Who can apply for a change of appropriation?
A: Any individual, organization, or entity in Nebraska can apply for a change of appropriation to augment stream flow.
Q: What is the role of DNR in the application process?
A: The DNR reviews and processes the applications for change of appropriation and determines if they comply with the regulations and requirements.
Q: Is there a fee for submitting the application?
A: Yes, there is a fee associated with submitting the DNR Form 962-200-CREP application. The amount of the fee may vary.
Q: What is the timeline for processing the application?
A: The processing time for the application varies depending on the complexity of the request and the workload of the DNR. It is advisable to submit the application well in advance.
Q: Can the DNR deny a change of appropriation request?
A: Yes, the DNR has the authority to deny a change of appropriation request if it does not meet the necessary criteria or if it would have a negative impact on water resources.
Q: Are there any environmental considerations in the application process?
A: Yes, the DNR evaluates the potential environmental impacts of the proposed change of appropriation and considers them in the decision-making process.
Download a fillable version of DNR Form 962-200-CREP by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources.