US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

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  • April

    Corps Enforces Title 36 at Project Locations

    Stewardship is one of the guiding principles of the Corps of Engineers, which has the responsibility of managing close to 12 million acres of public lands and waters, on more than 400 lake and river projects in 43 states.
  • Remnants of U.S.’s Oldest Highway Crosses Corps’ Galisteo Project

    Route 66 may have its kicks, but a dusty, mostly hidden and sporadic trail winding its way from Mexico City to Santa Fe, N.M. is still king, as the oldest of the Southwest highway systems. For 400 years, El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the nation’s oldest and longest “highway,” was the only road into New Mexico and the Southwest, bringing thousands of settlers from Mexico and Spain into the region.
  • 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.
  • Longest Walk 3 Participants Stay at Cochiti

    On the weekend of March 19, Cochiti Lake had the unique opportunity to play host to participants of “The Longest Walk 3, Reversing Diabetes.”
  • Corps Helps Dedicate New Border Station

    In a small Texas town called Fabens, located about 30 miles Southeast of El Paso along the Rio Grande, the Corps is overseeing planning and construction of a new Border Patrol station.
  • 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?