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News Stories

 

 

  • July

    Marsh restoration has wildlife’s ‘seal’ of approval

    For the past decade, the Army corps in partnership with other agencies has restored 180-acres of marsh in Jamaica Bay, including Elders East and Elders West marsh islands and Gerritsen Creek.
  • Cadets reach for the Stars

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District is constructing a new science center for the cadets at the academy that is maintaining the look of the historic 200-year old campus and taking their science education well into the 21st Century.
  • Inspiring the Next Generation

    Traditionally “Take Your Child to Work Day” is a time for employees to bring their children with them to the office to see what mommy and daddy do all day. Instead of just accompanying their parents to work New York District planned an outstanding day of fun learning activities. District volunteers, representative of various divisions planned a program showcasing the many career fields within USACE.
  • Completion of Warrior in Transit Complex

    Col John R. Boulé II, commander of the Army Corps of Engineers’ New York District attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the completion and turnover of the second phase of the Warrior in Transition Unit Complex held at Fort Drum on May 14.
  • Balancing Economic Revitalization and a Sustainable Environment in one of the World’s Most Urbanized Estuaries

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District and its regional partners are actively committed to achieving the vision of a “World Class Harbor Estuary." This vision balances the economic revitalization of the Port of New York and New Jersey with ecosystem restoration and critical infrastructure protection.