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  • Army Corps wavers on management plan

    The Army Corps of Engineers backs away from a revised environmental impact statement that would have changed the way it operates six Missouri River dams.

  • A family encounters a conservation quandary

    Andrew Dana, who went to the Army Corps of Engineers for a permit to stabilize the Yellowstone River's banks on his land, describes the permitting process as "a bad dream."

  • Corps catches criticism

    Critics in Congress, the media and citizens' groups are calling for reforms and more accountability from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

  • A dredging dilemma

    Environmentalists, scientists, Indian tribes and other locals are appalled by the Army Corps of Engineers' plan to dredge the Columbia River so bigger strips can move between the Columbia River Estuary and Portland.

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