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  • October

    USACE Infrastructure Assessment Subject Matter Experts Help in Harvey Recovery Mission

    Hurricane Harvey stormed along the Gulf Coast of Texas in late August. As part of the federal government’s recovery mission, FEMA tasked USACE to provide engineering support. Infrastructure Assessment teams are a key element of this support.
  • July

    Santa Clara strives to build resilience to fires, floods

    Severe wildfires have raged through the upper reaches of the tribe’s lands in the past decade, with the 2011 Las Conchas Fire leaving about 80 percent of the pueblo’s watershed destroyed in its wake. The aftereffects pose an existential threat to the village.
  • October

    Santa Clara Pueblo and the Corps of Engineers: A Working Partnership between Two Nations

    "The partnership between USACE and the Santa Clara Pueblo is a fine example of why the Albuquerque District has the strongest Tribal Program in South Pacific Division. Flood Risk Management in the Santa Clara tribal area is incredibly important for the future of the Pueblo,” said Brig. Gen. Mark Toy, commander, South Pacific Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • FEMA and USACE Prepare to Jointly Assist Tribal Nations During Disasters

    On September 25, USACE tribal liaison members visited FEMA's National Response Coordination Center in Washington, D.C. Georgeie Reynolds, senior tribal liaison, USACE HQ, Paul Cloutier, NWD Tribal Liaison, Rebecca Klein, Army National Guard assigned to the USACE Tribal program, and Ron Kneebone, Albuquerque district tribal liaison, met with FEMA personnel in order to lay out a path forward for better collaboration efforts between the two agencies in order to better assist tribal nations during emergencies.
  • July

    Corps Provides Sandbag Training for Communities

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers offered hands-on sandbag training and emergency flood preparedness at the City Park in Glenwood, N.M., June 9 and 16. The training was open to residents of Catron County communities, as that area has the potential to experience flooding during the upcoming monsoon season in the aftermath of prolonged burning by fires.
  • April

    Albuquerque Transfers Ice Mission to Charleston District

    Each year, the Charleston and Albuquerque districts trade off the lead of the Corps’ National Ice Team mission. This year, the lead transferred back to Charleston during a ceremony April 2, where ice was symbolically handed from Albuquerque to Charleston via a video teleconference.
  • September

    Corps’ Personnel Stay Prepared to Respond to Disasters

    The employees of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took action in anticipation of Hurricane Irene’s landfall by monitoring storm activity, taking measures to minimize flood damage and pre-positioning its trained responders.
  • April

    When Disaster Strikes, We’ll Bring the Ice!

    In the event a disaster such as a hurricane hits the U.S. this year, Albuquerque District will ensure that ice is purchased and delivered to the affected area, when requested.