Environment

Sunken Treasure: Fish Attractor Program at Pomme de Terre Lake Benefits Environment and Recreators Alike

On an unseasonably warm day in February, the sun was shining and hardly a cloud could be found in the sky. Staff at Pomme de Terre Lake, along with staff from the Missouri Department of Conservation, ...
Environment

Sunken Treasure: Fish Attractor Program at Pomme de Terre Lake Benefits Environment and Recreators Alike

On an unseasonably warm day in February, the sun was shining and hardly a cloud could be found in the sky. Staff at Pomme de Terre Lake, along with staff from the Missouri Department of Conservation, ...
Civil Works

Wabasha, Corps Partnership in Managing Mississippi River Dredged Sand Pays Dividends

The Upper Mississippi River near Wabasha, Minnesota, is traditionally quiet during the winter as the river freezes, halting large tow boats shipping grains, fertilizer and other bulk commodities. While the river remains frozen this year, albeit ...
Aerial photo of Former Beale AFB Titan 1-A Missile Complex
Environment

USACE to Host Information Meeting January 31 on Former Titan 1-A FUDS Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Sacramento District is hosting an informational public meeting to provide an update on environmental restoration activities to address contamination in soil vapor and groundwater at the former Titan 1-A ...
Civil Works

Buffalo River Habitat Restoration Completed at Katherine Street

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has completed closeout of the habitat restoration along ...
Environment

Shallow Water Strategic Placement Pilot Project Kicks Off in San Francisco Bay

A steady stream of scows began arriving the morning of Dec. 6 just off the coast of Eden Landing, a 6,400-acre ecological reserve located ...
Environment

USACE Boat Operator Follows Father’s Footsteps on Board the CATLETT

Born in Cecil County, Maryland, Jacob Tuer was destined for a life on the water. His neighborhood had a slip for his family boat ...
Environment

A Boom not Heard…is a Good Thing

In support of World War II, Camp Fannin was established in Smith County in 1943, six miles north of Tyler, Texas, as a U.S. ...

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