US Army Corps of Engineers
Northwestern Division Website

  • November

    Restoration project provides critical habitat, reduces flood risk

    For more than 100 years Washington’s Green Duwamish River system in had been altered in a way that degraded its ability to function as clean productive habitat for fish and wildlife. To combat this degradation, Seattle District employees have worked closely with the affected communities affected to come up with a solution.
  • October

    Corps and CAST take warriors fishing

    Corps of Engineers park rangers from The Dalles and Bonneville dams hosted a special Take a Warrior Fishing event in partnership with the Catch a Special Thrill foundation Sept. 22
  • September

    Corps celebrates new dredged materials disposal site near Astoria, Ore.

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hosted congressional, federal and state officials Sept. 10 to celebrate the designation of the South Jetty near shore disposal site.
  • Omaha District supports Missouri River Relief cleanup event

    For the fourth time, volunteers from around the Omaha and Council Bluffs area came together to support the organization, Missouri River Relief and help clean up the banks of the Missouri River. On Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, more than 200 volunteers collected massive amounts of junk that had been washed down the river after last year's flooding.
  • The Golden One: for more than 50 years, he's served his country, community

    In 1958, 22-year-old mechanical engineer packed his Texas bags and headed north to work for Boeing
  • August

    German fish passage prospects just got a major boost

    Lynn Reese wasn’t planning on going to Germany in June, but when he was invited to share his fish passage improvement knowledge, he quickly prepared.
  • Oahe celebrates 50 years of community

    On a crisp August morning, several hundred visitors met at the Oahe Dam to remember a ceremony held 50 years earlier. They gathered at the same location as many had back then to commemorate one of the dam’s unauthorized purposes: serving as a pivot point.
  • May

    Transforming agricultural lands into wetlands

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, recently finished transforming agricultural lands into wetland habitat at a privately owned farm east of Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho providing a cleaner waterfowl feeding ground in the midst of an area contaminated from historic mining operations.