US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

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  • May

    Burrowing Owls Get a Helping Hand from the Corps and Shareholders

    In the middle of the busy city of Albuquerque lies an area that appears to be designed specifically for burrowing owls to nest.
  • April

    District Commander is a "Woman on the Move"

    Albuquerque District Commander Lt. Col. Antoinette R. Gant is one of 13 New Mexican women recognized by the YWCA of New Mexico as “Women on the Move” April 3, 2013, in Albuquerque, N.M.
  • Portrait of Gen. Leslie Groves Donated to Los Alamos Historical Society

    Lt. Col. Antoinette Gant, commander of the Albuquerque District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, spoke at the portrait dedication ceremony of Gen. Leslie Groves at Los Alamos National Laboratory, April 5, 2013.
  • Navajo Nation President Visits Albuquerque District

    The Albuquerque District welcomed Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly, March 15, 2013. Shelly visited the District’s office as part of executive level discussions on how to improve coordination and collaboration between the Corps and the Navajo Nation for current and future projects.
  • March

    Going Green: The Silvery Minnow, Drought and the Rio Grande

    As signs of spring begin to show in the bosque, environmentalists, biologists and others continue their efforts to understand river flow issues along the Middle Rio Grande. Of particular interest are endangered species in relation to water use and jurisdiction. Within the past three years, the drought has proven to be a constant challenge to create and maintain a balanced environment for the silvery minnow to continue to spawn. Due to the drought, the environment needed for natural spawning is not present.
  • January

    Mayor tours fuel site

    KIRTLAND AFB, N.M. -- Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry toured the newly upgraded fuel plume remediation equipment Jan. 23 at the base's bulk fuel facility site.
  • Army Corps of Engineers completes Army's largest solar array installation

    WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N.M.-- The largest solar power system in the U.S. Army is coming online at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., and officials gathered Jan. 16, to mark the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
  • July

    Archaeology in the Land of the Dead

    Jornada del Muerto – Journey of the Dead - for more than two centuries, Spanish colonists traveling between Mexico City and the Spanish colonial outpost at Santa Fe had to cross this desolate, waterless valley in south-central New Mexico.
  • June

    FEST-A Team Focuses on Culture and Engineering

    The 59th FEST-A Team continues to provide support to the Albuquerque District and Santa Clara Pueblo. As promised, the team returned in early May to provide recommendations for low-cost and efficient delivery of potable water to the Pueblo community.
  • Cochiti Lake Project Welcomes International Visitors

    For the third year, employees in the Corps’ Cochiti Lake project welcomed visitors with the Council on International Relations (CIR) and discussed Cochiti Dam history and operations. This year, the group also learned about the aftermath of the Las Conchas Fire and the Corps’ tribal relations and partnerships.