US Army Corps of Engineers
Northwestern Division

Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee

  • Corps seeks stakeholder involvement in Missouri River committee

    Applications for stakeholders interested in Missouri River recovery activities are being requested by the Commander of the Northwestern Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to fill vacant stakeholder member positions on the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC). MRRIC is a collaborative forum for Missouri River Basin stakeholders, states and Tribes to come together and develop a shared vision and comprehensive plan for Missouri River recovery.
  • Missouri River Committee met in South Dakota

    The Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC) met in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, May 19–21. At its 29th meeting, MRRIC learned more about recent progress made on the management plan for the Missouri River Recovery Program(MRRP), including five preliminary sets of hypothetical actions (alternatives) to address the listed bird species. The committee discussed these hypothetical alternatives and examined hydrologic models that evaluated their impacts on socioeconomic activities on the river.
  • Missouri River Committee to meet in South Dakota

    The Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee will hold its 29th meeting, May 19-21, in Sioux Falls, SD. Public attendance is encouraged, and an opportunity is provided during each daily session for the public to address the Committee and the lead agencies, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, regarding the Missouri River Recovery Program.
  • Missouri River Committe learns efforts on management plan

    The Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC) met in Kansas City, Mo., February 23–26. At its 28th meeting, MRRIC continued to work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to develop the Missouri River Recovery Management Plan (Plan). The Committee heard presentations on a range of potential management actions that could benefit the three listed species: the least tern, piping plover, and pallid sturgeon. These actions form the basis for alternatives that can be tested using river models.