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HOW KAYAKING SAVED THE LOS ANGELES RIVER

From: Gear Patrol

"The Los Angeles River has long been a punchline, proof of its city’s stereotypes. It is a post-apocalyptic aquatic freeway, a greenish tributary slicing through the…

FEAST OF THE CORMORANTS

From: Fly Rod + Reel Online

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility calls the plan “needlessly cruel” and claims that “cormorants do not need to be treated like terrorists…

ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS TO KILL 16,000 CORMORANTS ON EAST SAND ISLAND IN COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARY

From: The Oregonian

""This is a crazy, crude and needlessly cruel plan that should go right back to the drawing board," said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental…


News Releases

SCHEDULING BARGES CAN REDUCE CONGESTION AND IMPROVE SAFETY

But Corps-Funded Study Finds Upper Mississippi Traffic Too Low to Justify Scheduling

CONGRESS POISED TO BUILD BIGGER LOCKS AS BARGE INDUSTRY FADES

Fewer Barges on Rivers, Less Traffic and Lowest Levels of Congestion in 30 Years

EVERGLADES RESTORATION STUCK IN THE MUD

Corps Memo Admits Delays, Cost Overruns and Uncertain Direction

BUSH BUDGET ZEROES OUT UPPER MISSISSIPPI LOCKS

Only Minor Funding for Environmental Restoration

MISSISSIPPI BARGE TRAFFIC DOWN SHARPLY IN ‘04

New Numbers May Be Death Knell for Big Locks Project