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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regulators say Oregon’s drought conditions could impact some project plans. Anyone planning to do work in waters which may be affected by the drought should first contact the Corps Regulatory representative for their county.
Ecosystem restoration site
5/22/2015 11:14:00 AM
Bonneville Lock and Dam, located about 45 miles east of Portland, Oregon is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can take a powerhouse tour, watch fish migrating upstream and enjoy the Columbia Gorge.
Bonneville Dam Images
5/20/2015 7:07:00 PM
Commercial and recreational vessels enter the downstream navigation lock at Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River. Ten million tons of commercial cargo, valued at between $1.5 billion and $2 billion, is transported each year along the Columbia-Snake rivers navigation system, according to navigation industry data.
Bonneville navigation lock
5/13/2015 6:09:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is staging equipment and material to repair the 100-year-old navigation structure. The construction is required to maintain the jetty system, which provides safe transit to ships travelling between the Columbia River and Pacific Ocean.
Get ready for some heavy lifting
5/6/2015 12:14:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues critical maintenance on the jetty system at the Mouth of the Columbia River. The fenced area near and on the North Jetty in Cape Disappointment State Park, Washington, is an active construction site and off limits to the general public. Construction is expected to be complete by October 2015.
MCR North Jetty repairs
5/4/2015 1:30:00 PM
Oregon SNOTEL Current Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) % of Normal
Oregon SNOTEL Current Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) % of Normal
4/22/2015 6:43:00 PM
Bobber activity and coloring sheet ad
Bobber activity and coloring sheet ad
3/24/2015 1:51:00 PM
Double-crested cormorants nest on East Sand Island in the Columbia River. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers developed a management plan and EIS to comply with the NOAA Fisheries' Federal Columbia River Power System Biological Opinion.
Double-crested cormorants nest on East Sand Island
2/6/2015 3:01:00 PM
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