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Diagram shows traffic impacts to recreation users at Folsom Point near the Folsom Dam auxiliary spillway project. Corps contractors will be removing the temporary bridge that crossed the project's haul route as part of the project's fifth and final phase, which will restore the site to its natural state.
Folsom Point temporary bridge removal
9/2/2016 12:40:00 PM
Karen Macatangay, industrial hygienist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District, demonstrates the correct seating position at a properly-fitted ergonomic work station.
Sacramento District nabs Chief of Engineers Safety Award
8/29/2016 1:32:00 PM
Comedian Steve Verret, keynote speaker at the 2015 Safety Day event, focused on improving safety awareness and practices during vehicle safety and suicide prevention discussions. Supervisors held additional discipline-specific training sessions to remind workers that “safety works, excuses don’t!”
Sacramento District nabs Chief of Engineers Safety Award
8/29/2016 1:32:00 PM
Melanie Prescott, senior industrial hygienist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District, receives the National Safety Council’s “2015 Rising Star of Safety” award for her efforts to restructure the district’s medical surveillance programs to ensure worker exposure to health hazards is properly assessed, results documented and effective controls implemented.
Sacramento District nabs Chief of Engineers Safety Award
8/29/2016 1:32:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District was a participant at the 2015 Lake Tahoe Summit on Aug. 24, 2015, hosting an informational booth and taking a boat tour to learn more about aquatic invasive species. The annual event is open to the public and rotates between California and Nevada. This year’s summit was at the Round Hill Pines Resort Beach and Marina, Nevada. As the nation’s environmental engineers, the Corps is tasked with restoring degraded ecosystems, constructing sustainable facilities, regulating waterways, managing natural resources and cleaning up contaminated sites from past military activities.
Corps in Lake Tahoe
8/24/2016 5:00:00 PM
The view from the top of Eagle Rock at Lake Tahoe, California, shown Aug. 18, 2014. The trail leading up to this historical spot was rebuilt as part of a California Tahoe Conservancy and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ecosystem restoration project at Blackwood Creek. Steep terrain, heavy erosion and overuse had made the old trail dangerous for hikers and an expressway for dirt and debris to enter the creek and make its way to Lake Tahoe. The Corps has been working on ecosystem restoration projects with several agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin since 2005.
Corps in Lake Tahoe
8/24/2016 5:00:00 PM
A mound of harvested Eurasian watermilfoil piles up Aug. 24, 2015, near the Tahoe Keys in South Lake Tahoe, California. Residents of the private community pay to remove the aquatic invasive species because it can wrap around propellers and clog up filters on watercraft. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District works with local partners to combat aquatic invasive species because they pose a major threat to ecosystem health in the Lake Tahoe Basin by degrading water quality and destroying important habitat to native species.
Corps in Lake Tahoe
8/24/2016 5:00:00 PM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Command Sgt. Maj. Antonio S. Jones,  looks down over the Folsom Dam auxiliary spillway chute from the control structure during a visit on Aug. 17, 2016. CSM Jones visited Sacramento District projects in Folsom as well as Black Butte and Englebright Lakes.
Command Sergeant Major tours Sacramento District
8/22/2016 7:15:00 PM
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