Citizens, landowners, ranchers, farmers, cheese makers and tankers are all coming together to honor State Senator Ken Haar for his work protecting the Ogallala Aquifer. Sen. Haar was the force behind a Special Session on the pipeline and continues to make sure the proper laws get put in place to protect our land and water.
Now it’s time for the Pipeline Fighters and the Sandhills Lovers to stand with Sen. Haar.
Robert and Kristine Bernt, owners of Clear Creek Organics, are hosting the event on June 28 & 29 with a group of citizens serving on the Host Committee. The main event is Friday evening, check below for details and address to the event.
Spread the invite around to your friends and family. Click here for a PDF of the invite you can email your friends.
Suggested donation of $20 per person (no one will be turned away). Funds will go to re-elect Sen. Haar to the nonpartisan Unicameral. You can pay at the event, online or in the mail.
Even if you can not attend the event, you can still donate online to support Sen. Haar.
Mail a check–payable to Ken Haar for Legislature–13901 NW 126th Street, Malcolm, NE 68402 (in memo section write Protector of Aquifer)
Everyone is welcome to attend both days or one day. Thursday, June 28, we will be preparing the hog and tanking down the river. If you are around on Thursday, you can also enjoy a cream can supper in the evening.
On Friday, June 29, come watch cows get milked and see how butter and cheese are made at the Clear Creek Organic farm. You can also go tanking on Friday during the day. In the evening (starting at 5:30pm), we will eat amazing local food, listen to live music and hear from Sen. Haar.
Check out Cedar River Adventures for info on tanking. Raymond Bernt is letting you tank for free if you attend the Haar event.
Event Address/Directions: Clear Creek Organics Farm, 82228 499th Ave, Spalding, NE (directions from Spalding, 8 miles west on Highway 91 to 499th ave., go north 2.5 miles, lane back to the left)
You can also support the hosts of the event by purchasing food from Clear Creek, just look for their cheese in your grocery store or buy their food from the Nebraska Food Coop.
If you want a weekend experience, you can stay in a lodge or bed and breakfast that are about an half-hour or an hour away from the farm.
Comstock Lodge is located in Sargent and has amazing private rooms for about $100 a night.
You can stay on the Clear Creek Organic farm if you have a tent or a camper.
This event is being hosted and paid for by citizens. Bold Nebraska is helping spread the word for the event. Our address is 208 S. Burlington Ave., Ste 103, Box 325, Hastings, NE 68901. Bold will disclose any resources, to the NADC, that we spend on this event to benefit Sen. Haar’s reelection campaign to the nonpartisan Unicameral. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.