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  • April

    District Monitors Success One Fish at a Time

    If suitable habitat is built in the Middle Rio Grande, and river flows are adjusted to more closely mimic natural flows, will the endangered Rio Grande silvery minnow become abundant once again?
  • March

    Corps Contributes to Investigatory Efforts at Base

    The Air Force, USACE, Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment and Shaw Energy and Environment have worked at a feverish pace to get the project initiated and begin meeting the deadlines imposed by the New Mexico Environment Department’s(NMED)Hazardous Waste Bureau.
  • District Hosts Meeting to Discuss Rio Grande

    More than 80 Rio Grande stakeholders met at the District headquarters Feb. 18 to discuss urbanization issues and possible projects associated with the Rio Grande, referred to by some as the “spine of New Mexico.”
  • January

    Cleaning up Cochiti

    While old transformers, antifreeze and aerosol cans aren’t significant archeological findings at the District’s Cochiti field project, they do signal that an environmental clean-up could be necessary.
  • Corps Works at Former World War II Air Field

    In the early 1940s, the U.S. Department of Defense acquired approximately 1,000 acres near Fort Sumner, N.M., for an Army Air Field to train aircraft pilots during World War II.
  • December

    Field Office is Growing and Building Strong on the Border

    Despite dust, heat, tight deadlines and some remote, rural project locations, Albuquerque District’s El Paso Resident Office remains committed to Building Strong and strengthening the nation in the southern part of the District.