Economic Impact of Parks (NRPA Report)
Executive Summary for Reservoirs of Opportunity Report
Mike Loesch, CELRD-CM-O, a co-author of this paper was been a part of the Corps NRM program for many years. While this paper is wider in scope than
the NRM program (including Recreation, this paper offers new and old employees alike an understanding of the Corps History, Corps Organization
and some basic processes.
Park Closure Issues
"The Role of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Recreation," remarks by
Mike Ensch, Chief of Operations for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Directorate of Civil Works, as the special guest for the May 2008 American Recreation Coalition (ARC) Recreation Exchange
1990 USACE Recreation Study
- Volume 2, Appendices A-F
- Volume 2, Appendices G-H
- Volume 2, Appendices I-J
THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RECREATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES, Paper presented at the National Outdoor Recreation Trends Symposium, Durham, NH, April 20-23, 1980, by Gerald T. Purvis, Chief, Recreation-Resource Management Branch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C. 20314.
A Whole Lot Proud Video - This 1970s-era film was a product of the USACE Public Affairs Office. Originally offered in 16mm format, it was used in early campground interpretive programs and other public forums to promote the Corps of Engineers.