April 2017 issue of The Corps Corps Environment
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.

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