After A Wet 2018, Corps Prepares For Busy Year On Missouri After A Wet 2018, Corps Prepares For Busy Year On Missouri
After A Wet 2018, Corps Prepares For Busy Year On Missouri

The Corps of Engineers is preparing the Missouri River mainstem system for the 2019 runoff season. Current releases from Gavins Point Dam—the lowest of five large dams in the upper… Read More

Higher-than-average releases from all Missouri River Mainstem System projects, including Gavins Point Dam, will continue through November, the Corps of Engineers reported November 5. “Gavins Point releases will remain near… Read More

The Corps of Engineers’ Missouri River Basin Water Management Division plans to maintain higher-than-average releases from reservoirs in the upper Missouri basin through the summer and fall. That means that… Read More

The Corps of Engineers will maintain higher-than-average releases from Gavins Point Dam into the Missouri River over the next few months, the Corps’ Missouri River Basin Water Management Division said… Read More

The Corps of Engineers Missouri River Basin Water Management Division said it will maintain higher-than-average releases from all projects on the system over the next several months. “Due to higher-than-average… Read More

The Corps of Engineers has increased its Missouri Basin runoff forecast for 2018 to 30.2 million acre feet (maf.). The forecast has been increasing each month this year; in March,… Read More