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A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park ranger takes a camper on a boat ride. They are both playing it safe and wearing their personal flotation device.
Wear It!
5/23/2017 3:28:00 PM
HORACE, N.D. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, and the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Board of Authority hosted a 1997 Flood Commemoration and Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Area Flood Risk Management Project April 17. The ground breaking was held where the diversion project’s inlet control structure will be located, south of Horace, North Dakota. The day was selected because it was the 20tn anniversary of the day the Red River of the North crested in Fargo and Moorhead during the historic flood of 1997. – USACE photo by Shannon Bauer
Fargo-Moorhead Flood Risk Management Project groundbreaking
4/21/2017 11:42:00 AM
STILLWATER, Minn. - Jon Sobiech and David Potter, St. Paul District planning, voluntarily participated as Corps representatives at Da Vinci Fest held at Stillwater High School, in Stillwater, Minnesota, Jan. 7.  They staffed an exhibit featuring an interactive island building activity for kids as a demonstration of the Upper Mississippi River Restoration's Pool 8 Islands Habitat Rehabilitation and Enhancement Project.  The exhibit also displayed mussel shells and a video of mussel life histories that inhabit the Upper Mississippi River. They estimate between 400 and 500 interactions with members of the public during the four-hour event. Pictured below is Potter.  – USACE photo by Jon Sobiech
Corps staff teach future scientists how to build islands
3/1/2017 11:17:00 AM
BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum received a briefing from St. Paul District leaders Col. Sam Calkins, commander; Judy DesHarnais, deputy for programs and project manager; and Terry Williams, project management branch chief, on the status of the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Flood Risk Management Project at the North Dakota state capitol building in Bismarck, Feb. 9. In addition to meeting with the governor, they met with a number of state legislators. – Courtesy photo
St. Paul District staff brief North Dakota governor
3/1/2017 11:13:00 AM
CROSSLAKE, Minn. - Congrats to our Cross Lake Dam and Recreation volunteers and staff for taking first place in the Crosslake WinterFest Soup Cooking Contest! This is the fifth year in a row these folks have taken home the golden ladle! They served around 425 people their winning soup! During the festival, 87 folks made water safety t-shirts, and 150 s’mores were devoured.   – USACE Courtesy photos
Corps staff awarded the Golden Ladle again, fifth year in a row
3/1/2017 11:10:00 AM
WATSON, Minn. – The St. Paul District is nearing completion of repairs to Lac qui Parle Dam, near Watson, Minnesota. The final repairs involve placing large rock immediately downstream of the dam to reduce the potential for erosion. Work is expected to start no later than Feb. 27. – USACE photo by John Barker
Corps prepares for final construction repairs at Lac qui Parle Dam
3/1/2017 11:04:00 AM
FRONTENAC, Minn. –Brandon Olson works the auger and Thomas Burrows, both St. Paul District channels and harbors, measures the ice at the Mississippi River’s Lake Pepin Feb. 15. Starting at around 8:15 a.m. at Camp Lacupolis, crew members rode an airboat to various points of the lake and used an auger to drill through the ice. They then measured the thickness of the ice through the holes. They said the thickest ice measured 17 inches, located about 1 mile southeast of Lake City. But that quickly changed just 3 miles north of Lake City, where the crew encountered open water. – USACE photos by John Barker
Annual ice measurements begin
3/1/2017 11:01:00 AM
Vice President Al Gore fills a sandbag at Breckenridge, Minn., April 11, 1997. --St. Paul District File Photo
Vice president fills sandbags
2/28/2017 5:00:00 PM
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