Think about how YOU ‪#‎FinishStrong‬. Do you always finish what you start? What motivates you to push through until the very end? How do you motivate others to do the same?
A Challenge from Col. Mitchell: #FinishStrong
Think about how YOU ‪#‎FinishStrong‬. Do you always finish what you start? What motivates you to push through until the very end? How do you motivate others to do the same?
Since 1997, the St. Louis District has removed more than one million cubic yards of contamination from sites in downtown St. Louis and North St. Louis County. The sources of Coldwater Creek’s contamination at the St. Louis Airport Site and the Hazelwood Interim Storage Site/Futura have been fully remediated. Work is now progressing downstream to locate and remove contamination spread historically by flooding.
Coldwater Creek Sampling and Remediation
Since 1997, the St. Louis District has removed more than one million cubic yards of contamination from sites in downtown St. Louis and North St. Louis County. Work is now progressing downstream to locate and remove contamination spread historically by flooding.
Aerial photo on St. Cin Park in (bottom left); mid right is Archdiocese Property; top right Duchesne Park. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is currently working with the cities of Hazelwood and Florissant and the St. Louis Archdiocese to remediate these areas.
FUSRAP Update: Summer 2015 Newsletter
Are a watershed and a floodplain the same thing? Find the answer to this and many more in the latest FUSRAP Newsletter.
Check out Carlyle Lake's new water trail map!
Paddle Carlyle Lake
Check out Carlyle Lake's new water trail map!
Securing the Nation's Future Through Water
Securing the Nation's Future Through Water
In the space of just a few minutes, the Securing the Nation's Future Through Water video highlights many of the key missions that the Corps of Engineers' performs on a daily basis that contribute to the Nation's economy, environment and quality of life through our water resources infrastructure.

Did you know...

Today’s Motor Vessel MISSISSIPPI is the fifth U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' vessel to bear that proud name. All of the MISSISSIPPI’s have been intimately associated with the protection and development of the Lower Mississippi Valley. They have seen the valley change from a largely undeveloped and flood-ravaged wilderness to one of the world’s leading agricultural and industrial areas. [More...]

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Weekend Activities at Carlyle Lake

CARLYLE LAKE – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Carlyle Lake is preparing for a fun and safe weekend. Whether you enjoy fishing, camping, boating, bike riding or other outdoor activities, Carlyle Lake offers an abundance of recreation opportunities. While participating in water related recreation activities, always wear your life jacket. Over two-thirds of people who drown never had any intention of being in the water.
Published: 8/24/2015

Planets and Moons Program to be Held at Mark Twain Lake

August 19, 2015, Mark Twain Lake – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Mark Twain Lake invites
Published: 8/19/2015

Mark Twain Lake Announces Review Period for Draft Project Master Plan

Mark Twain Lake, August 19, 2015 – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at Mark Twain Lake
Published: 8/19/2015

Carlyle Lake Update and Weekend Activities

CARLYLE LAKE - As of 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday August 18, 2015, the pool elevation at Carlyle Lake was 448.54 feet, referenced to the National Geodetic Vertical Datum (NGVD), with a release rate of approximately 3,940 cubic feet of water per second (cfs). The inflow for Monday August 17, 2015 was approximately 1,200 day second feet (dsf). The targeted summer pool is 445.0 feet NGVD. Carlyle Lake is currently working as designed to lessen flooding on downstream sections of the Kaskaskia and Mississippi Rivers.
Published: 8/18/2015

Storyteller Pablo Baum Shares “Trail of Tears” at Boudreaux Visitor Center, August 22

Mark Twain Lake, Monroe City, Missouri – Storyteller Pablo Baum will share “Trail of Tears” at the
Published: 8/14/2015

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