Homestead Conservation and Trails Association (HCTA)

Category: Environment/Animals


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About Our Organization

HCTA was formed in October 2000 and is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. The purpose is to advocate and support a network of trails in Gage County and throughout the State of Nebraska. HCTA supported the 2002 purchase of the Union Pacific railroad right of way by raising money for the purchase and maintenance of the trail. HCTA also provided the area education to the trail use benefits. HCTA is the trail manager/operator of the Ponca “Chief Standing Bear Trail” through an agreement signed on July 26, 2015 with the Nebraska Trails Foundation, Inc. and the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. The trail owner is the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. This tract of approximately 230 acres is private property and opens as a recreational trail. HCTA’s volunteer board of Directors includes two members from the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, two from the Nebraska Trails Foundation Inc. and the balance of directors from Gage County.



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Past Projects

  • Maintenance of the Chief Standing Bear Trail



  • Maintenance of the Chief Standing Bear Trail



  • Maintenance of the Chief Standing Bear Trail







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Homestead Conservation and Trails Association (HCTA)

620 Court Street
Beatrice, NE 68310

 
(402) 239-3304

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