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249th Commander.
Lieutenant Colonel Daniel R. Kent, Commander 249'th Engineer Battalion
6/26/2017 10:57:00 AM
CSM Bradley Houston
6/22/2017 11:42:00 PM
Example of a species on the National Wetland Plant List
Example of a species on the NWPL
6/19/2017 8:44:00 AM
Example of a species on the National Wetland Plant List
NWPL species example
6/15/2017 9:09:00 AM
Volume XXIX, No. 2April/May/June 2017

This Issue:
Leader Commentaries 3
Secretary of the Army Awards 9
Environment and Sustainability 18
Awards 40
Professional Development 42
Public Works Digest
5/19/2017 4:01:00 PM
Director Civil Works
James C. Dalton, SES
5/5/2017 2:09:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) began flood fight operations throughout the Central U.S., along the Mississippi and tributary rivers, in response to heavy rainfall on April 28-30 . High water flows are impacting navigation and stressing federal and non-federal levee systems. The USACE Mississippi Valley, Lakes & River, Southwestern, and Northwestern Divisions are conducting response operations under the Corp’s Public Law 84-99 (Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies) authorities. While no requests for Stafford Act assistance have been received to date, USACE is sharing information and actively coordinating with FEMA Regions V, VI, & VII. The current assessment indicates moderate flood risk to the lower Mississippi River and no anticipation to operate federal floodways or spillways.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Responds to Central U.S. Flooding
5/4/2017 2:13:00 PM
This issue of The Corps Environment includes:
Army announces 2016 environmental award recipients; Fort Riley project recognized for excellence in water energy management; EnviroPoints guest commentary on 2017 Army Earth Day; Partnership to study wetlands benefits Corps, students; Muddy River restoration project garners Build America Award; USACE offers hazardous waste recertification course; USACE rangers' count confirms eagle population growth; USACE investigates technology to manage invasive species; New guide provides installation resources for organic waste diversion; Ecosystems depend on plant pollinators; Detroit District views dredged material as resource, not waste; Surry Mountain Lake hosts anglers for New Hampshire winter fishing; Buffalo District supports nationwide waste investigation, clean up; Innovative technology to aid environmental investigations; USACE, The Nature Conservancy join forces, enhance Roanoke River; New England District proposing solar array at Cape Cod Canal; Engineers, students team up, photograph project; and the 2017 Army Earth Day poster.
April 2017 issue of The Corps Corps Environment
5/2/2017 2:38:00 PM
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