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Members of the Bonneville Emergency Rescue Team got tips from a Life Flight Network crew about how to quickly and efficiently prepare an injured person for transport to a hospital.  Bonneville is located about 60 miles from Portland, so Life Flight is often the best mode of travel for seriously injured people who need to be transported to a metropolitan hospital.
Life Flight trains Bonneville Dam team for emergencies
Members of the Bonneville Emergency Rescue Team got tips from a Life Flight Network crew about how to quickly and efficiently prepare an injured person for transport to a hospital. Bonneville is located about 60 miles from Portland, so Life Flight is often the best mode of travel for seriously injured people who need to be transported to a metropolitan hospital.
Monty Biggs, Portland District park ranger is interviewed by KGT-TV reporter, Drew Carney. Biggs and other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Oregon State Marine Board representatives appeared live on Portland's KGW-TV to talk about water safety, explain how life jackets save lives and demonstrate different life jacket styles. One heroic team member was pushed into the Willamette River to show the effects of cold water immersion and confirm the critical job of a life jacket.
A matter of life or death
Corps and Oregon State Marine Board representatives appeared live on Portland's KGW-TV to talk about water safety, explain how life jackets save lives and demonstrate different life jacket styles. One heroic team member was pushed into the Willamette River to show the effects of cold water immersion and confirm the critical job of a life jacket.
The National Wetland Plant List used by the Corps and other federal agencies to delineate wetlands is now web-based. The NWPL contains more than 8,000 plant species, including six new species in the continental U.S. The NWPL plays a critical role in wetland determinations under the Clean Water Act and is available to the public on the Corps' website.
2016 National Wetlands Plant List
The National Wetland Plant List used by the Corps and other federal agencies to delineate wetlands is web-based. The NWPL contains more than 8,000 plant species, including six new species in the continental U.S. The NWPL plays a critical role in wetland determinations under the Clean Water Act and is available to the public on the Corps' website.
Every 4th grader and their family get a free year-long pass to all federal parks! The president created the Every Kid in a Park program to bridge the growing disconnect between the next generation and the great outdoors, and to inspire children to become future stewards of our nation’s natural and historic treasures.
Let's get “Every Kid in a Park”
Help inspire kids to become future stewards of our nation’s natural and historic treasures. Every Kid in a Park provides all fourth grade students and their families free admission for a full year to more than 2,000 federally-managed sites nationwide. Plan a family outing today!

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Announcements

Final EA and FONSI: Coos Bay Navigation Project North Spit

PUBLIC NOTICEU.S. Department of Agriculture Request for use of Corps Lands at the Coos Bay

Spillway gate rehab to lower Hills Creek and Lookout Point summer reservoir water levels

Lookout Point and Hills Creek reservoirs' water levels will be kept low this summer, affecting recreational access at the high water boat ramps. Low water ramps are available.

Corps of Engineers decision to accept funds from Jordan Cove Energy Project, L.P.

This informational Public Notice announces the intention of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, to accept funds from Jordan Cove Energy Project, L.P. pipeline project for processing of a proposed request to modify a federally constructed navigation project.

Informational Public Notice: Corps to accept funds from the Cascade Natural Gas

This informational Public Notice announces the intention of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

Draft EA and FONSI for Columbia Stock Ranch Ecosystem Restoration Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, is seeking public comments on the Draft Environmental Assessment for the Columbia Stock Ranch Ecosystem Restoration Project to restore hydrologic connectivity between the Columbia Stock Ranch project site and the Columbia River.

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