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Phone: (402) ***-****  
Email: j***@***.gov
Nebraska Crop Improvement Association
301 South 13th Street Suite 301
Lincoln , Nebraska 68508
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Representative
    Game and Parks Commission


  • MS , Range Ecology
  • BS , Fish and Wildlife Management
  • BS , Range Management
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Nebraska Game and Parks joins in funding Heartland Public Shooting Park 01/21/05 - Grand Island Independent: News, 21 Jan 2005 [cached]
"The state wanted to be involved primarily because shooting ranges are important for conservation issues and hunting in Nebraska," said Jeff Rawlinson, the outdoor education specialist for the Game and Parks Commission.
He said a state study in 2001 revealed that Nebraska lacked enough quality shooting ranges.Without those ranges, hunters can't adequately prepare and hone their skills.
"The agency decided it wanted to be a player in providing safe and quality facilities," Rawlinson said.
Wahoo News, 14 Mar 2003 [cached]
The motion to table came after another lengthy discussion between NRD board members, Game and Parks Commission Representative Jeff Rawlinson and audience members both for and against the project.
On the Board's plate this week was an interlocal agreement between the Commission and local Lake Wanahoo sponsors.The Commission has proposed a building to house youth hunting classrooms as well as a gun/archery range in the northern third section of the Lake Wanahoo area.
The concept plan for their project was reviewed by the Lake Wanahoo Committee during its Feb. 26 meeting.The Committee's recommendation was to accept the concept plan and have NRD staff worth with the Commission to put together an interlocal agreement.
Both Miyoshi and Rawlinson said the Corps was aware of the gun range proposal and has voiced no opposition.
Punctuating Monday's discussion were also questions about the water table below the proposed gun range site and how the water flow in Sand Creek would be changed after Lake Wanahoo construction.
No definite, concrete numbers could be supplied to those questions.
"It just doesn't make sense that you vote to sell 20 to 25 acres if you don't even know where the water is going to be," Area Resident Dale Shanahan said.
Rawlinson responded that even though he did not have the answers to those specific questions, the Commission's engineers and biologists did check into those types of issues before recommending the area as the top site for the eastern Nebraska project.
"We're not going to put the facility into a location that will be under water 360 days a year," he said.
As for expressed concerns that lead from the shooting range could pose an environmental issue, Rawlinson said the Commission was aware of the Environmental Protection Agency's Best Management Practices for lead.
"We intend to follow those practices for the facility," he said.
Rawlinson was also queried about the Commission's timetable for gun range construction.He said the goal was to start as soon as possible.
Several gun range opponents threw up for debate whether the gun range should be built before the Lake Wanahoo project realized completion.
Rawlinson said the Commission, who has agreed to take over operation and maintenance of Lake Wanahoo, remained committed with their partnership.
"We're not about to do something that would jeopardize the (Wanahoo) project," he said.
"The walls are up, most of ..., 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
"The walls are up, most of the concrete has been poured, and we're starting to see windows going in," said Jeff Rawlinson, education manager in the communications division of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
The city of Lincoln and the commission are working together to build the indoor range, which will feature a 32-lane archery range, 10 shooting stalls with retractable targets and three classrooms.
The indoor range will serve as the main hub for the commission's hunter and boater education programs, Rawlinson said. Commission staff will manage the indoor range, which will be owned by the city. It should open in April.
"It will appeal to a regional audience, mostly from eastern Nebraska, but the primary focus will be on Lincoln residents," he said. More people are showing interest in shooting sports and hunting, Rawlinson said.
"We enjoyed great weather, great scores ..., 28 Sept 2009 [cached]
"We enjoyed great weather, great scores and a wonderful group of young shooters, families, coaches, and spectators," said Jeff Rawlinson, assistant administrator for the Information and Education Division of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Metallic silhouette shooters compete in the 40-round .22 rimfire match. Competitors shoot at metal targets from 66 yards to 109 yards, firing 10 rounds each at four ranges. Shooters may use a .22 rimfire sporter with iron sights, a scope-sighted rimfire or a .22 rimfire target rifle. "All shooters have been through the Nebraska Hunter Education course, and the events put on by Match Director Matt Haumont of Broken Bow and volunteers and coaches is a tribute to the responsibility and sportsmanship of the young boys and girls," Rawlinson said.
Once you are ready for a ..., 26 June 2010 [cached]
Once you are ready for a family campout, visit the place first, said Jeff Rawlinson, who works in outdoor education for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
"Go out to an area where you might camp for a day trip," Rawlinson said. "Go fishing or hiking and find a couple campsites where you might like to camp."
If you're still apprehensive, sign up for a camping program that involves families or invite another family to go with you, Rawlinson said.
"You feel more safe and comfortable when you have others with you," he said.
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