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E-mails and Memos


    March 5, 2021
    ENS 101 Course Announcement
    Are you new to the Corps or new to the role of Environmental Stewardship? Do you a have a need or desire to develop a better understanding of your role in the responsible management and conservation of Corps land and water resources?

    If so, I encourage you to learn more about “ENS-101” and consider registering for the course.

    Important to Note: Classes are being planned for in-person attendance. The instructor group will evaluate travel guidance approximately 2 months prior to the class offering to determine if virtual instruction is necessary.

    Course Dates:

  • August 23, 2021 – August 26, 2021. Course Location: Raystown Lake Visitor Center, 6145 Seven Points Road, Hesston, PA 16647
  • February 7, 2022 – February 11, 2022. Course Location: Waco Lake, Regional Training Building, 2330 West Highway 6, Waco Texas 76712
  • August 22, 2022 – August 26, 2022. Course Location: Lower Granite NRM Office, 100 Fair St, Clarkston, WA, 99403

    Tuition: There is no tuition cost for this training. However, labor and travel are the responsibility of each student’s organization.

    This course will cover all aspects of the environmental stewardship program. Students will gain an understanding of the guiding principles of the USACE environmental stewardship program and will build an awareness of the resources available to support management of an ENS program at the project level. Project, District, and MSC level managers will also explore skills needed to plan and execute local, regional, and national agency initiatives. Greater awareness of tools, resources, and knowledge sources available to the manager will also be shared. Students will be introduced to topics such as master plans and operations management plan development, commodities management, and habitat management for fish and wildlife. Aquatic and land management strategies for various habitats such as forest, grassland, and wetlands will be discussed through lectures, case histories, field visits, and structured student discussion.

    Instructions to complete registration are included in the attachment. Thank you,
    Jeremy Crossland
    Program Manager for Land Use and Natural Resources

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