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The historic nature of the 2019 flood, in addition to severe flooding that has occurred over the past decade, served as a catalyst for the governors of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri to come together to discuss solutions for improving the resiliency of the lower Missouri River Basin.
Scientists tell us the Pacific Northwest is due for a very large earthquake—possibly as large as magnitude 9.2—from the Cascadia Subduction Zone off the Pacific coast, stretching from northern California to southern British Columbia.
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Corps lifts restrictions at campgrounds in Rogue and Willamette valleys
6/10/2020
Campgrounds at Lost Creek, Cottage Grove, Dorena and Lookout Point lakes will open Thursday, June 11...
Big Bend campgrounds opening Thursday
6/10/2020
Campgrounds and boat ramps operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Big Bend Project, South Dakota, will open Thursday after being closed to protect against the further spread of COVID-19; this...
Upper Missouri River basin forecast remains above average
6/4/2020
Water releases from Gavins Point Dam will remain at 33,000 cubic feet per second in June, which is about average. May runoff in the upper Basin was about 130% of average; however, the summer climate...

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Partnering on Lower Missouri River flood risk management solutions
6/22/2020
The historic nature of the 2019 flood, in addition to severe flooding that has occurred over the past decade, served as a catalyst for the governors of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri to come...
Corps begins "delicate dance" as possibility of drought looms
4/29/2020
Erik Petersen, Willamette Valley Project operations project manager, speaks to current conditions, potential impacts and related challenges throughout Oregon's Willamette Valley...
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers building 17 alternate care sites in 8 states
4/7/2020
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers building 17 alternate care sites in 8 states, including New York, California, Colorado, Michigan, New Mexico, Florida, Tennessee, and Illinois...