Serving the nation in Ecosystem Restoration: Ecosystem restoration has become a primary mission of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which budgets approximately $400-500 million annually (nationwide) to restore a wide variety of aquatic systems.
New York District is engaged in several ecosystem restoration projects in the region. The links below, organized by state, can provide additional information on some of the many ongoing ecosystem restoration efforts the Corps has going on throughout the District.
Those interested can click here to find out more about the larger Hudson-Raritan Estuary Comprehensive Restoration Plan the Corps is working on in coordination with various partners throughout the region.
To find out more about the District's Civil Works program in general, including the same links to the ecosystem restoration projects below as well as links to information about flood risk management, coastal storm risk management and navigation projects please visit the District's main Civil Works page.