9,200 buckets later, Corps dredging halfway complete at Gold Beach
A contracted clamshell dredge scoops gravel out of the Rogue River at Gold Beach, Ore., Aug. 22. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) officials ecognize that maintaining channel access is critical for several reasons, including recreation and safety. Rogue River dredging at Gold Beach usually occurs on an annual basis for the entrance channel; however, the Corps’ dredge Yaquina hasn’t been able to dredge for a few years. (U.S. Army photo by Greg Speer)

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