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  • 2010 Grand Prize Winner
    National Public Lands Day

  • 2010 Runner-Up
    National Public Lands Day

  • 2010 Runner-Up
    National Public Lands Day

  • 2010 Runner-Up
    National Public Lands Day

  • 2012 Yough Special Rec Day
    On May 10, the Corps of Engineers' Youghiogheny River Lake and the Lions Club hosted their 40th Annual Special Recreation Day. The event provides an opportunity for people with special needs to get away from their normal routine, be it home, school or work, and enjoy outdoor recreation, food and games. There were 452 people in attendance, which included 236 participants, 113 leaders and assistants, 75 volunteers and 28 Corps of Engineers employees.

  • 40th Annual Special Recreation Day

  • Abiquiu Dam: Interpretive Services & Outreach
    Albuquerque District: Many of the interesting things to do at Abiquiu Dam involve water. The staff at Abiquiu encourages life jacket use and has many programs that promote water safety, including a loaner life jacket program.

  • Abiquiu Lake Lands Day
    Albuquerque District: For the seventh straight year the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Abiquiu Lake will be hosting & seeking volunteers for the National Public Lands Day. Activities begin at at the Cerrito Boat Ramp parking lot and end for lunch at noon. Volunteers will be assisting lake staff with shoreline cleanup, river cleanup, trail work & landscaping. Volunteers will get to enjoy both day-use facilities & camping at no cost. There will also be live music, an environmental education fair, & a free lunch for volunteers. As a volunteer youll get to enjoy recreating in the very great outdoors that belongs to you by camping, hunting, fishing, biking, hiking, bird watching, sight-seeing, etcetera. National Public Lands Day is a special day and opportunity for the public to give back to their precious public lands and improve them for future use. The Cerrito Boat Ramp at Abiquiu Lake is located at the east side of the dam, two miles west of the Hwy 84 & Hwy 96 junction.

  • Adult Males Most at Risk of Drowning
    Wearing a Life Jacket Can Save Your Life To ensure you survive unexpected slips or falls overboard wear your life jacket, because it buys you time to be rescued. It only takes an adult an average of 60 seconds to drown and on average it takes 10 minutes for a strong swimmer to put on a life jacket after entering the water. If you will not wear it for yourself then wear it for those who love you.

  • America's Great Outdoors: Dan O'Berrigan at Lake Mendocino, CA
    San Francisco District: Looking for something to do? Try Lake Mendocino. Maybe you want a place to get together with friends and family or just some peace and quiet. Lake Mendocino is a great place to play all year long. Owned and operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, camping, hiking, and fishing are just some of the activities you can do 365 days a year

  • America's Great Outdoors: Park Ranger Wayne Shull on his job at Lake Mendocino
    San Francisco District: Looking for something to do? Try Lake Mendocino. Maybe you want a place to get together with friends and family or just some peace and quiet. Lake Mendocino is a great place to play all year long. Owned and operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, camping, hiking, and fishing are just some of the activities you can do 365 days a year.

  • An Inside Look at Russell Dam and Lake
    Gayle Barns, Richard B. Russell power plant manager, discusses the inner workings of the dam and turbines, while Angela Jones, USACE park ranger, shares her experiences with recreation and shoreline management.

  • Army boosts America's Great Outdoors
    Assistant Secretary of the Army Jo-Ellen Darcy travels to Cape May to present award, promote Presidential initiative

  • ASA (CW) Darcy visits the Tulsa District
    Tulsa District: Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works visited the Tulsa District to promote the American Great Outdoors Initiative. During her visit, she went to Oologah Lake where she toured the Skull Hollow nature trail and met with some girl scouts.

  • ASACW Darcy at Barren River Lake
    Louisville District: Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Jo-Ellen Darcy participates in an eco- meet at the Louisville District's Barren River Lake (Glasgow, Ky.) in support of President Obama's America's Great Outdoors initiative.

  • Bartram Trail newscast
    Join J. Strom Thurmond Lake Ranger David Hatfield and Intern Josh Jones as they tell us about the Bartram Trail, newly designated as a National Recreation Trail by the Department of Interior in 2012. The 27-mile trail located on Thurmond Lake was named for William Bartram, an early naturalist who explored the southeast US on foot in the late 18th century. The trail is among five other Corps of Engineers-operated trails designated in 2012 as National Recreation Trails.

  • Biggest Kid's Fishing Day ever
    Sacramento District: Kids Fishing Day has rotated between Eastman and Hensley lakes for the last 18 years. This year, the staff at Hensley Lake worked with some very generous local sponsors to make it the biggest one yet.

  • Biologist Jamie Sykes studies, protects fish
    Jamie Sykes, USACE fisheries biologist, shares a close-up look at the Corps' fishery program and lakes Thurmond, Russell and Hartwell.

  • Black Butte Triathlon
    Sacramento District: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hosted the first annual Black Butte Triathlon at Black Butte Lake, Calif

  • Boating Safety Near Dams

  • Bosqueville Forever 15

  • Brandon, Park Ranger- National Great Rivers Museum
    St. Louis District: Brandon is a Park Ranger at the National Great Rivers Museum in Alton, IL. One of Brandon's favorite things to do on a tour of the museum and the Melvin Price Locks and Dams is to play, "Stump the Tour Guide."

  • BUILDING STRONG People: Park Ranger
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation with 90,000 campsites in 43 states across the country. In this clip meet Heather Wright a Park Ranger in California. USACE Park Rangers ensure that public lands are properly maintained. They are an important part of the USACE team.

  • Building Strong People: Park Ranger
    Sacramento District: Heather Wright works as a park ranger for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ensuring visitors to Stanislaus River Parks have a safe and enjoyable experience.

  • Camping
    The US Army Corps of Engineers owns and operates camp sites across the US.

  • Camping with USACE
    New England District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation with more than 90,000 campsites across the country. Military members on R & R are eligible for free camping. Here's a look at Raystown Lake in PA.

  • Canoe Adventures on the Anacostia River

  • Chief Joseph Dam Operations & Recreation
    Seattle District: Produced by Executive Productions-Seattle for the Army Corps of Engineers. Explains how the dam is maintained and how recreation and wildlife habitat on Rufus Woods Lake is managed by the Army Corps of Engineers, Washington State Fish & Wildlife and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation.

  • Clean Jordan Lake: Stewards of Change

  • Colonel Anthony Hofman - Get out and Get Moving
    Kansas City District: Kansas City District Colonel Anthony Hofman encouraging people to get outside and get moving

  • Converting Lawn to Prairie at Coralville Lake
    Coralville Lake ranger Justin Lind describes the conversion of a large lawn area into short grass prairie to create a haven for pollinators such as butterflies, bees and bats. Deep prairie roots reach into the soil as much as 20 feet, pulling large amounts of carbon out of the atmosphere.

  • Corps Foundation Presentation
    Seattle District: Corps Natural Resource Education Foundation presentation on activities to date. Bonnie Ecker of the Seattle District hosted board members Debby Chenoweth, Rich Deline and Peter Lewis at a Brown Bag luncheon meeting.

  • Corps hosts Every Kid in a Park event
    Portland District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently sponsored an Every Kid in a Park event at Bonneville Lock and Dam. Outdoor activities and interactive displays gave kids of all ages a taste of the great outdoors, and kids going in to 4th grade received their annual pass to federal parks. The Every Kid in a Park initiative is intended to bridge the growing disconnect between the next generation and the great outdoors, and to inspire children to become future stewards of our nations natural and historic treasures.

  • Corps Park Ranger discuss water safety and life jackets
    Corps of Engineers Park Ranger, Sandy Campbell spells out the do's and dont's of water safety during a segment from Savannah, GA with Jody and Tim on WTOC's Mid-Morning Live. We think she rocks!

  • Corps Parks Go Solar
    Sacramento District: The US Army Corps of Engineers is installing solar electricity systems at nine of its park and dams in California. Funds for the solar panels were provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

  • Corps plants pollinator habitat at McAlpine Locks and Dam

  • Corps volunteers make all the difference!
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest provider of water-based outdoor recreation in the nation. The Portland District's recreation program includes 135 recreation sites, nearly 500 campsites and more than 750 miles of shoreline. Ten million people visit every year. Thanks to volunteers the Corps can keep programs up and running.

  • CSRA Equestrians at Bussey Point, J. Strom Thurmond Lake

  • Dale Hollow Eagle Watch 2011
    Nashville District: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District personnel host the public to a free Eagle Watch tour Jan. 15, 2011. People from Kentucky and Tennessee toured Dale Hollow Lake on a Corps barge to see the American Bald Eagle in its natural habitat at its winter home. Video by Mark Rankin

  • Dewey Short Visitor Center

  • Don't burn trash when you camp
    Nashville District: The U.S. Corps of Engineers caution campers of the dangers of burning trash when visiting a Corps campground. Be safe and don't get burned! (USACE Video by Ashley Webster)

  • Don't forget to wear your gear - your life jacket!

  • Earth Day turkey shoot lets nature heal war wounds
    Nashville District: An Earth Day turkey shoot held here today at Center Hill Lake focused on nature and it helped heal the wounds of war.

  • Environmental stewardship
    Portland District: Environmental stewardship is an important duty for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This short video shows how employees of the Portland District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers work with wildlife at Bonneville Lock and Dam

  • Falls of the Ohio
    Louisville District: The Louisville District's history is rooted in its role developing Ohio River Navigation, notably at the Falls of the Ohio at Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Fish Passage at Bonneville
    Portland District: This video summarizing fish passage up the Columbia River is narrated by Robin Norris, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Park Ranger at the Bonneville Lock and Dam.

  • Five Rules of Water Safety!
    Watch Ranger Williams give a water safety presentation to a group heading out to paddle the river. All across the country Corps Rangers use educational outreach like this presentation to promote safety around water. As the leading Federal provider of outdoor recreation - drawing millions to our largely water-oriented recreation opportunities - we never relent with our efforts to keep visitors safe. Education is our greatest tool to prevent needless tragedy. Teach your kids to swim, wear those lifejackets, and be safe in your outdoor playgrounds!

  • Fun and Safety a Winning Combo at Lake Hartwell
    Savannah District: Sandy Campbell, USACE shoreline management and Brant Tew, owner of Hartwell Marina share the many recreation opportunities at Lake Hartwell. Tanya Grant, USACE park ranger explains Hartwell's emphasis on water safety.

  • Greenside Pathway at Raystown Lake - USACE Recreation

  • Heather Wright, USACE park ranger
    Sacramento District: Heather Wright, a park ranger at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Stanislaus River Parks, Calif., explains why her job is important and how it is rewarding.

  • Iraqui Boyscouts
    The U.S. Army corps of Engineers is not only constructing buildings - but lasting bonds. This scouting event in Baghdad helped to connect with the future leaders of Iraq.

  • Jennings Randolph Lake hosts 10th annual Bill Nesbit Memorial Hunt
    Baltimore District: Jennings Randolph Lake hosted the 10th annual Bill Nesbit Memorial Physically Challenged Hunt in Elk Garden, West Virginia, November 16-17, 2015. The event provided 10 physically disabled hunters, including five U.S. veterans, the opportunity to harvest a deer. For more, see article on Army.mil: http://1.usa.gov/1YqKZCJ. This video contains imagery associated with hunting, viewer discretion is advised.

  • Keep safe while swimming, boating, and wear your life jacket
    Louisville District: The Army Corps of Engineers shares water safety tips to practice while on the water.

  • Kenny Rogers says don't gamble with your life
    Nashville District: Country Music Recording Artist Kenny Rogers is partnering with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remind everyone to Wear Your Life Jacket especially during the Memorial Day holiday. He encourages families not to gamble when boating and recreating at area lakes, to be attentive and to wear a life jacket.

  • Know how to swim and wear it
    Nashville District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers encourages the public to know how to swim to be safe when visiting Corps lakes. Even if someone doesnt plan on entering the water its smart to be aware of swimming ability limitations to avoid tragedy. This public service announcement is in conjunction with the National Water Safety Program campaign Life Jackets Worn&Nobody Mourns.

  • Know pros and cons of type III life jacket
    Nashville District: Type III life jackets are the most popular life jacket due to their versatility for water sports. But do you know the pros and cons of wearing one when visiting U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake? This public service announcement is in conjunction with the National Water Safety Program campaign Life Jackets

  • KXII Story on Lake Texoma Recovery Efforts
    Fort Worth District: Senator Jay Paul Gumm, Ron Jordan of the Army Corps of Engineers, and Janet Reed of the Durant Area Chamber of Commerce discuss Lake Texoma recovery efforts in this KXII news package broadcast at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, August 29, 2007. The story was shot at the still-closed East Burns Run campsite near Cartwright, Oklahoma

  • Lake Allatoona

  • Lake Allatoona Short
    Mobile District: Lake Allatoona Slide Show Short Version

  • Lake Lovers Beware
    Summer boaters beware of this invasive species. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers working to educate lake lovers in New Mexico.

  • Learn how to volunteer at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Volunteer Clearinghouse

  • Life Jacket or Toe Tag: It's Your Choice

  • Little River Blueway Newscast

  • Medial of Honor Recipient Dakota Meyer promotes water safety
    Medal of Honor Recipient Dakota Meyer recently took time to urge everyone to think about water safety on Corps of Engineers lakes this recreation season, beginning with the Memorial Day weekend. He is advocating that each person wear a life jacket to prevent tragedies in the water this summer!

  • Meet Ryan Braaten, park ranger
    The Portland District has one of the Nation's most comprehensive and diversified civil works programs. The dedicated people of the Portland District provide vital public engineering services to the Pacific Northwest and the Nation during peace and war to strengthen our security, promote a strong economy, and enhance environmental sustainability.

  • Mitchell Creek Marina achieves 'Clean Marina' status
    Nashville District: Allons, Tenn. (June 3, 2011) -- Mitchell Creek Marina here on Dale Hollow Lake raised the "Clean Marina" flag today during a dedication ceremony recognizing the marina's voluntary efforts to reduce water pollution and erosion in the Cumberland River watershed, and for promoting environmentally responsible marina and boating practices

  • Monitor weather to recreate safely
    Nashville District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reminds boaters to make it a habit to check the weather before heading out on a Corps lake to account for possible sudden changes in weather conditions. This public service announcement is in conjunction with the National Water Safety Program campaign Life Jackets Worn&Nobody Mourns. #WearIt #ILoveThisLifeJacket #PrepareAthon (USACE Video by Ashley Webster)

  • Mountain Biking At Its Best
    The Allegrippis Trail System (ATS) is arguably one of the best mountain bike trails east of the Mississippi. Specifically designed by mountain bikers, for mountain bikers this trail is also open to any non-motorized use including hiking. Explore 4000 acres of forest, meadows and lake views as you zip through trees and wind your way over hills along the Allegrippis.

  • Mountain Biking at Paynes Creek, on Hartwell Lake

  • National Public Lands Day 2011

  • Oak Ridge Boys say life jackets are life savers
    The Oak Ridge Boys want their fans to know that life jackets are life savers. The group harmonized this very important water safety message Aug. 27, 2014 for visitors of Corps of Engineers lakes.

  • Obey the rules of the beach
    Nashville District: The Corps of Engineers would like to remind visitors to Corps lakes about some of the rules to follow when visiting beaches at a recreation area. This public service announcement is in conjunction with the National Water Safety Program campaign Life Jackets Worn&Nobody Mourns. #ILoveThisLifeJacket #WearIt #PrepareAthon (USACE Video by Ashley Webster)

  • Outdoor Fun
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation with more than 90,000 campsites across the country. Mary Cochran takes to one USACE park in PA.

  • Park Ranger teaches water safety
    Savannah District: Corps of Engineers Park Ranger, David Quebedeaux, spends a morning with 5 and 6 year olds in Thomson, GA teaching them the importance of wearing life jackets. His hope is that these young, "deputized rangers" will carry the message to their parents and maybe even save a life because of it.

  • Play it safe at the boat ramp
    Nashville District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reminds visitors to Corps lakes of the hazards around a boat ramp or courtesy dock, which are routinely congested with boating traffic. This public service announcement is in conjunction with the National Water Safety Program campaign Life Jackets Worn&Nobody Mourn.

  • Recreation on Arkansas and Missouri's Corps Lakes Rivers
    Little Rock District: Did You Know: The Little Rock District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates 25 dams in Arkansas and Missouri, and at each one, there are exciting recreational opportunities.The district operates 178 public parks and access areas, and works in cooperation with state and local governments who offer even more public parks on our waterways.

  • Riding the Neal Smith Trail with Dayne Magneson
    The Neal Smith Trail is a 26-mile trail leading from Des Moines to Saylorville Lake along the Des Moines River. The trail is a partnership of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the City of Des Moines and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

  • Safety Vests-Albuquerque District/USACE
    Albuquerque District: Bob Mumford, park ranger at the Albuquerque District's Santa Rosa Dam, specializes in teaching water safety at Santa Rosa Elementary School. Bob, who is affectionately known in community as "Ranger Bob" , recently wrote and received a grant to purchase lifejackets and "Whistles for Life" for the elementary school kids.

  • Six Hours of Warrior Creek Mountain Bike Race at W. Kerr Scott

  • Soldiers take aim at recovery in Center Hill Lake wild turkey hunt

  • Stay afloat with a Lake Cumberland life jacket loaner
    Nashville District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District park rangers at Lake Cumberland want everyone to be safe Memorial Day weekend and the entire 2012 recreation season. This message encourages everyone to wear a life jacket to stay safe and to borrow one if needed. Remember to "Wear It!"

  • Take a Ride with a USACE Park Ranger
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation. USACE operates more than 90,000 campsites across the country where people enjoy a variety of outdoor fun. Take a ride with USACE ranger promoting summer safety.

  • Take A Warrior Fishing - Canyon Lake, TX 2012

  • Take A Warrior Fishing - Canyon Lake, TX 2012

  • The Veterans Trail at Coralville Lake
    Coralville Lake ranger Jeff Peck tours the Veterans Trail, a project that the Johnson County, Iowa community supports to honor local veterans. Each year Coralville Lake hosts a commemoration ceremony attended by hundreds of veterans and their families.

  • Town Bluff Hunt Warrior Hunt 2011
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, at Town Bluff Dam, more commonly known as Dam B along with local and national sponsors an volunteers hosted a hunt for two U.S. Army veterans and two former U.S. Marines. The hunters were wounded or injured in service to their country. Here's a look at their weekend hunt.

  • Trout Habitat Protection in Western North Carolina

  • US Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District Welcome Video: Partners in Paradise
    Pacific Ocean Division: The US Army Corps of Engineers protecting, preserving and inproving the way of life for the residents and vistors to the Hawaiian Islands

  • US Army Corps of Engineers Rangers
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ranger Brian Westfall talks about partnerships to promote getting inner city children outdoors to enjoy the Anacostia River in Washington, DC, Nov. 17, 2010.

  • USACE Parks
    Savannah District: Soldiers are no strangers to an F-T-X. 23 million Americans also share this experience... but call it camping. Memorial Day Weekend officially kicks off the summer camping season -- and if you are planning a family trip -- here is something to consider: The US Army Corps of Engineers. Yes... there is a tie in: camping sites. The Corps is the largest provider of water-based recreation in the US -- owning and operating over 11 million acres of water and land. Mary Cochran has more from John H. Kerr Lake.

  • USACE Partnerships

  • USACE Produces Clean Power
    It is the cheapest form of energy on the planet, creates no pollution or greenhouse gases and it is one the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is harnessing. Mary Cochran reports from Lower Granite Dam.

  • USACE Recration Sites Go Green
    Louisville District: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages more than 400 lake and river projects in 43 states across the U.S. Many of these parks are taking steps to 'go green'. Old tires are being put to good use at Taylorsville Lake near Louisville, KY. Park Ranger Lisa Freeman explains in this clip.

  • USACE Recreation
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has recreation sites across the country. Learn more from the Chief of Engineers, LTG Robert Van Antwerp. This is an excerpt from a USACE video special--view the entire show here:

  • USACE Recreation Parks Going Green
    USACE is the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation, with more than 90,000 campsites across the country. Energy saving features at these sites are one way USACE is going green.

  • USACE Recreation Parks Wheelchair Accessible
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates 2400 recreation sites in 43 states.

  • USACE Recreation Sites
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages 2400 recreation sites across the country. Mary Cochran reports.

  • USACE Water Safety Tip: It only takes 60 seconds
    St. Louis District: While boating, be sure to wear your life jacket. It takes an average strong swimmer 10 minutes to put on a life jacket after entering the water, and that's after they have it in their hands. It only takes an adult an average of 60 seconds to drown. You cannot put on a seatbelt just before a car wreck, and you don't get a chance to put on a life jacket just before a boat accident. A life jacket can't save your life unless you wear it, and holding onto a life jacket can only save you if you are conscious. Avoid standing up in a boat, and if you must do so, be sure to wear your life jacket. The US Coast Guard estimates that 90% of boating accident victims might have lived if they had been wearing life jackets

  • USACE Water Safety Tip: Reach, Throw, Row, Go for Help
    St. Louis District: You should never go near anybody struggling to stay afloat in the water because they could drown you! Most drowning victims are within 10 feet of safety, having unintentionally entered the water. To help rescue someone you can extend a pole, stick, line, or clothing to reach them or throw something floatable within their grasp. The "Reach, Throw, Row, Go for Help" rescue method is encouraged to avoid multiple drownings. It only takes a child an average of 20 seconds and an adult an average of 60 seconds to drown.

  • USACE Water Safety Tip: Wear It!
    St. Louis District: While boating, be sure to wear your life jacket. It takes an average strong swimmer 10 minutes to put on a life jacket after entering the water, and that's after they have it in their hands. It only takes an adult an average of 60 seconds to drown. You cannot put on a seatbelt just before a car wreck, and you don't get a chance to put on a life jacket just before a boat accident. A life jacket can't save your life unless you wear it, and holding onto a life jacket can only save you if you are conscious. Avoid standing up in a boat, and if you must do so, be sure to wear your life jacket. The US Coast Guard estimates that 90% of boating accident victims might have lived if they had been wearing life jackets

  • USACE Water Safety Tip: Wear your life jacket while boating
    St. Louis District: USACE Park Ranger, Rachel Garren talks about the importance of wearing a life jacket while boating

  • Use throwable flotation device for water rescue
    Nashville District: Would you know how to use a throwable device if you had to use it? A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park ranger demonstrates the proper use of a throwable when rescuing someone in the water. This public service announcement is in conjunction with the National Water Safety Program campaign Life Jackets Worn&Nobody Mourns. #ILoveThisLifeJacket #PrepareAthon (USACE Video by Ashley Webster)

  • Warrior hunt at B.A. Steinhagen Lake nets monster gator for recovering Soldiers, veterans

  • Water Safety

  • Water Safety with Appalachian State University Football Team
    The Appalachian State Football team along with Coach Jerry Moore teamed up with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir to promote water safety. The ASU football team are the only team in history to win 3 back to back NCAA Division I FCS National Football Championships. Wear your life jacket and be safe around the water!

  • Water Safety: How to put on a life jacket
    Adam Tarplee and Bobber the Water Safety Dog demonstrate the correct way to put on a life jacket and discuss the types of personal flotation devices.

  • Watsadler Campground, Hartwell Lake, Hartwell, Georgia
    Camp along the peaceful shores of Hartwell Lake. Boating, swimming, bicycling, hiking, mountain biking...it's all there at the most popular Lake destination in the US.

  • Wear It Right: Choosing and Fitting a Life Jacket

  • Wear It Tennessee promotes life vest use on the water
    www.tennessean.com: Wear It Tennessee program spends time on Percy Priest Lake, promoting the use of life vests to fisherman and boaters to try and help reduce the amount of water deaths in TN.

  • Wear Your Life Jacket - USACE Water Safety
    This is what you need to know to... Avoid Being Next! Wearing a Life Jacket Can Save Your Life To ensure you survive unexpected slips or falls overboard wear your life jacket, because it buys you time to be rescued. It only takes an adult an average of 60 seconds to drown and on average it takes 10 minutes for a strong swimmer to put on a life jacket after entering the water. If you will not wear it for yourself then wear it for those who love you.

  • Where Paddles Meet & the Great River Bends-Mississippi River Water Trail
    St. Louis District: With input from the local community and assistance from several partners, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers created the Mississippi River Water Trail. This awesome encounter offers an intimate view of life's abundance on and in the Mississippi River. Paddlers of all abilities may experience the culture, history, and natural beauty of the "Great River."

  • Where Paddles Meet & the Great River Bends-Mississippi River Water Trail

  • Who are Portland District volunteers?
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest provider of water-based outdoor recreation in the nation. Ten million people visit Portland District recreation sites every year. Thanks to volunteers the Corps can keep programs up and running.

  • Zorinsky Lake Spring Cleanup
    Omaha District: On May 7, 2011, more than 800 volunteers from the greater Omaha community partnered with local, state and federal agencies to clean the lakebed of Zorinsky Lake. By Kevin Wingert, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District.
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