US Army Corps of Engineers
Sacramento District

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  • 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.
  • Corps a leading federal ecosystem restoration agency in Lake Tahoe Basin

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one of the leading federal ecosystem restoration agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin and has worked with local, state and other federal partners since 1997 to preserve the lake’s prized clarity by restoring natural inflows and controlling invasive species. Corps involvement in the Lake Tahoe Basin is shaped by two programs -- the Tahoe Partnership and the Tahoe Section 108 programs.
  • 10 Things I learned at a Civil War battle in Northern California

    We have some pretty cool things that go down at our parks. The American Civil War Association’s reenactment weekend at the Knights Ferry Recreation Area is definitely one you shouldn’t miss. But if you did, here’s a recap.
  • Division Commander tours Sacramento District projects in Utah

    Brigadier General Mark Toy, commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Division, visited military construction projects at three installations and met with Regulatory staff during a three-day trip to Utah on March 29-31, 2016.
  • 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.