The following resources are available from the School of Natural Resources Web Site:
History of the Nebraska Soil Survey
This 221-page History of Nebraska Soil Survey is available in PDF format. There are eight files (seven chapters and the preface / acknowledgements).
Pesticides and Groundwater: An Applicator's Map and Guide to Prevent Groundwater Contamination
Each brochure is available here, on a county basis, in PDF format. For your convenience, the county map is also available in GIF format
Soil Map of Nebraska
For a description of each type of soil, use your mouse to rollover an area.
State Soil (Holdrege Soil)
In 1979, the Nebraska Legislature found that designating one soil, representing the soil resource of the state, would benefit the people of the state. The Holdrege soil selected take its place with the goldenrod, the meadow lark, and the cottonwood as representatives of one of our very important natural resources.