Water Infrastructure

Army Corps of Engineers Needs $60 Billion for Lock Projects

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has $60 billion worth of unfunded projects to fix the lock and dam systems on U.S. rivers. House Reps Cheri Bustos, Dave Loebsack, and Bruce Braley are all pushing for a bill that calls for infrastructure improvements on the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. Read More.

Coping with disaster: The world can teach us much ~Neal Pierce

Tempered by the withering blows of Superstorm Sandy, the federal government is stepping up its efforts to compare and learn from other nations that have faced and coped with their own fearsome acts of nature. Latest evidence: a five-year pact, signed March 4 with the Netherlands, to exchange information on weather-related issues including water management,…

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces the availability of the collaborative Federal Support Toolbox for Integrated Water Resources Management website

The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) today announced the availability of a unique on-line Federal Support Toolbox to provide Integrated Water Resources Management information across the nation and internationally. Read more.