Tag: regulatory
  • June

    Ingredients for a Stream

    ​The Strait Creek Prairie Bluffs In-Lieu Fee (ILF) mitigation site is the first approved ILF site in the state of Ohio. Located in Adams County, Ohio, the Strait Creek Prairie Bluffs ILF mitigation site will involve the restoration, re-establishment, enhancement and preservation of 5,810 lf of streams, 1.71 acre of wetlands, the adjacent riparian corridors, floodplains and upland buffers within the Ohio Brush – White Oak watershed.
  • November

    Huntington District Regulatory Division lends a helping hand to Jacksonville District

    Project managers Cecil Cox and Kayla Adkins recently volunteered to assist the Fort Myers regulatory field office with a few extra sets of hands for disaster recovery. The Jacksonville District manages the largest regulatory program in the Corps, with jurisdiction over the geographic area of Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This includes freshwater habitats as well as saltwater habitats that provide homes to the West Indian manatee, Florida panther, wood stork, and multiple other fish/snake/bird species.
  • August

    Regulatory Determining Wetlands

    Katie Taylor from the District Office and Jeremy Kinney of the Dover Field Office of the Regulatory Division preforming a wetland delineation verification in northeastern Ohio. Wetlands are areas that are covered by water or have waterlogged soils for long periods during the growing season.
  • September

    Regulatory on the River

    As part of a three-day meeting to discuss issues and share innovative practices, Regulatory Project Managers from the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division (LRD) gathered on Sept. 10, 2014, to take a cruise on the Kanawha River. But this wasn’t a pleasure cruise - it was a fl oating classroom.