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  • September

    Minority Students Gain “Experience of a Lifetime”

    The National Hispanic Environmental Council sponsors a national Minority Youth Environmental Training Institute that is held for 11 days in Northern New Mexico and exposes minority youth to environmental opportunities within the Environmental Protection Agency, Fish and Wildlife Service, USDA Forest Service and Natural Resources Conservation Service.
  • August

    Corps’ Rain Gauges Contribute to Safe Monsoon Season

    Last year, the Corps’ Albuquerque District purchased and installed rain gauges to act as an early warning system in canyons heavily burned by the Las Conchas Fire, which, at the time, was the biggest fire in New Mexico history and torched upwards of 150,000 acres.
  • Peer Supporters Stand Ready to Assist Employees

    For the past eight years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been providing emotional first aid to employees through the Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) program. CISM began in the Southwestern Division after employees started having adverse reactions following several instances of people drowning at local Corps’ projects.
  • July

    Corps Checks Progress of Ecosystem Restoration

    The Corps has been actively involved in restoring the ecosystem of the Middle Rio Grande since 2007, when the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District initiated projects incorporating ecosystem revitalization along Route 66.