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  • March

    J Talkers speak up

    J Talkers have been meeting at least twice a month to become better communicators and leaders in order to achieve personal and professional goals as unique as their backgrounds.
  • November

    Formula for winter reservoir management more complicated than it appears

    With the rainy season upon us, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District is buckling down to ensure the Central Valley’s reservoirs are ready for whatever the season may or may not bring. While water management is a year-round responsibility, the winter months bring with them especially tough challenges for the Corps in maintaining the delicate balance of flood risk reduction and water supply.
  • September

    Cal Guard bridges over Black Butte Lake waters

    California Army National Guard members of the 132nd Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), based out of Redding, California, conducted drill training at the Corps recreation area site Sept. 17 and exercised their unique skillset—bridging gaps.
  • April

    Corps / DWR workshops boost synergy on shared challenges

    Sacramento District hosted a three-workshop series this winter with California’s Department of Water Resources with one goal in mind: clarify Corps / DWR interactions and turbocharge the two agencies’ partnership on behalf of all Californians.
  • Second wind turbine brings Tooele Army Depot closer to net zero energy

    A second wind turbine now towers nearly 300 feet above the rugged landscape of Utah’s Tooele Army Depot, part of a rapidly growing sustainable energy network constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District.