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Natural Resources Management Strategic Plan

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Operations Division Natural Resource Management Program is in the process of developing a comprehensive Natural Resource Management (NRM) Strategic Plan that will establish a strategic vision with goals and objectives for development of a comprehensive program for USACE. Primarily, this plan will focus on direction for national efforts and activities that are aimed to support the field in the NRM mission. The strategic plan will encompass all NRM programs and activities and will emphasize the role of land and water use management and public access controls in delivering the mission and reducing negative impacts on other project purposes (missions) at operating projects.

The most recent strategic plan was established 31 Mar 2011. The 2011 Recreation Strategic Plan was focused on the challenges within the recreation program only. A single comprehensive NRM strategic plan that captures the vision of all natural resources management and the support to other missions will serve as a more efficient document to provide direction and consistency nationally. This plan is being prepared for a 10-year period from 2021-2031.

Blue Ball At a Glance Blue Ball Goal of the NRM Strategic Plan
Blue Ball NRM Mission Statement Blue Ball Draft Plan and Related Documents  Corps Castle
Blue Ball Project Delivery Team  Corps Castle Blue Ball Input Form  Corps Castle
Blue Ball 2011 Recreation Strategic Plan  Corps Castle

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