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  • October

    Employee Spotlight: Uriel Lopez, Jr.

    Please introduce yourself:My name is Uriel Lopez, Jr. I am a recent graduate from Chico State
  • Multi-Hazard Tournament game play provides real world solutions

    By J. Paul Bruton and Hunter MerrittIs it okay for employees to spend an entire workday playing
  • September

    A single day of volunteering makes a giant difference

    Day in and day out, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District works to ensure that visitors to our Corps parks and lakes are able to enjoy nature at its best. That means a year-round effort by park rangers and staff to keep these lakes, rivers, recreation areas and campsites free of trash and in working order. Once a year, however, many visitors return to our parks, and some come for the first time, to lend a helping hand in the ongoing effort to maintain public lands.
  • 7 things you need to know about Natomas

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will complete improvements to the remaining 24 of 42 miles of levees surrounding the Natomas basin near Sacramento, Calif., one the most at-risk regions in the nation for catastrophic flooding.
  • August

    Employee Spotlight: Jesse Jordan

    Please introduce yourself:My name is Jesse Jordan. I’m originally from Trinidad but moved around a