Dredging And Wetlands Creation–An Environmental Success Story Dredging And Wetlands Creation–An Environmental Success Story
Dredging And Wetlands Creation–An Environmental Success Story

By Judith Powers and Sean Duffy There are 6,800 acres of new marshland bordering the Passes of the Mississippi River—land that was created starting in 2011 by a coalition intent on… Read More

Washington, D.C.—A long-stalled infrastructure proposal could be one of the big winners of the midterm elections that left Americans again with a divided government. President Donald Trump, Senate Majority Leader… Read More

On October 26, the Galveston Engineer District released a long-discussed tentatively selected plan for protecting Texas’ vulnerable coastline against storm surge by building a series of offshore barriers, the total… Read More

The St. Paul (Minn.) Engineer District awarded a $7.475 million contract September 24, 2018, to Dubuque Barge & Fleeting Services Company, Dubuque, Iowa, to carry-out a Corps Island dredged material… Read More

Representatives from Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals (IRPT) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Institute for Water Resources signed a memorandum of common purpose September 12 in New Orleans,… Read More

Members of the National Waterways Conference (NWC) gathered September 12–14 in New Orleans, La., for the group’s 58th annual meeting. The meeting proved quite timely, coinciding locally with New Orleans’… Read More