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14-047 McNary Dam offers north shore tours July through August
UMATILLA, Ore. – The Natural Resources Management staff at McNary Lock and Dam will offer tours of the Washington Fish Viewing Room and the navigation lock on Saturdays and Sundays during July and August, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials at the dam announced today.
14-046 Corps apprentice program graduates three journeymen
UMATILLA, Ore. -- Three students graduated today from the Walla Walla District’s Power Plant Apprentice Program during a 10 a.m. ceremony at McNary Lock and Dam, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials announced.
14-045 Dworshak Reservoir almost full; July 4 outdoor fun awaits visitors
AHSAHKA, Idaho – Dworshak Reservoir will likely reach full pool elevation by the end of June, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers water managers announced today.
14-044 Corps of Engineers announces July 11 change-of-command ceremony
WALLA WALLA, Wash. – The public is invited to attend the Walla Walla District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, change-of-command ceremony set for 10 a.m. on Friday, July 11, at the Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center.
14-043 Dworshak’s Little Meadow ATV Camp vandalized
AHSAHKA, Idaho – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park rangers at Dworshak Dam and Reservoir need help obtaining information about recent vandalism and theft that were discovered at the Dworshak Reservoir Little Meadow ATV Camp.
14-042 Lewiston Levee grassy areas may require daytime irrigation; Corps urges caution as it replaces irrigation system pump and motor
LEWISTON, Idaho – After 42 years of keeping grass green atop two miles of the Lewiston Levee Parkway and adjacent grassy areas near Kiwanis Park, the pump which supplied water to the irrigation system sprayed its last drop.
14-041 Celebrate June 7 National Trails Day at a Corps recreation area
With more than 250 miles of managed trails to explore in the Corps’ Walla Walla District, outdoor recreation enthusiasts can find plenty of places to celebrate National Trails Day on June 7, according to district recreation officials.
14-040 Goats return to manage vegetation along Mill Creek channel
WALLA WALLA, Wash. – The first of two herds of goats arrives tomorrow to remove weeds and other vegetation growing on levees that border the creek shoreline extending from the Mill Creek diversion dam downstream to the metal division works foot bridge near the Mill Creek Office.
14-039 Public scoping period extended for Boise River Feasibility Study; comments now due June 23
BOISE, Idaho – The Walla Walla District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) extended the public scoping period for the Boise River Feasibility Study. Study planners added 30 days to the scoping period, which now runs from April 24 to June 23.
14-038 Corps of Engineers offers summer recreation opportunities near Ice Harbor Dam
Corps recreation planners invite the public to "play it safe" while having some warm-weather fun. Although above-water temperatures are becoming warmer, springtime water temperatures can be cold enough to cause swimmers to develop hypothermia – a severe lowering of core body temperature. State boating, hunting and fishing regulations apply to visitors at Corps sites. Hunting is allowed in designated areas only. Boaters should ensure personal floatation devices are on board for each person – children 12 and younger are required to wear PFDs when in a vessel less than 19 foot in length. Recreation information is available on our website: www.nww.usace.army.mil/corpsoutdoors.