Archive: April, 2020
  • April

    Reading Ranger

    Since the COVID-19 concerns have forced Corps staff and visitors to our projects into practicing safe social distancing, the search is on for creative ways to continue doing our work, and Natural Resource Specialist Kara Wagner, a Park Ranger at Alum Creek Lake in Lewis Center, Ohio, found a great way to reach out to a young audience. 
  • Dover Dam Days Virtual Tour ​

    Visitors look forward to the annual tours of Dover Dam in May, but this year the public visits are canceled because of the COVID-19 restrictions – but the rangers aren't going to let that shut down the event.
  • Re-Purposing Water Safety Materials in a Time of Crisis

    John W. Flannagan and North Fork of Pound donate water safety bandanas for re-purposing into much needed protective face masks for Dickenson County Sheriff’s Office and Dickenson County Emergency Services.
  • Inspecting New Staircases

    Chris Wood, structural engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, performed inspections on the newly built staircases on the gate house structures at Atwood and Piedmont Lakes April 2.
  • USACE COVID-19 Response Efforts Update for April 4, 2020

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working in support of the FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency - and in coordination with other federal, state, local and tribal partners – in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The latest facts and figures about our ongoing activities are contained in the following infographic (As of April 4).