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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District      

    Walla Walla, WA, US  


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    The Corps Car Show

    The Corps Car Show

    10.19.2018 | Photo by Brigida Sanchez
    Michael (Mike) Deccio, an engineering technician, stands with his Inferno Red 2006 Dodge, Charger that was one of the first in the assembly line....
    Waitsburg Levee Rehab

    Waitsburg Levee Rehab

    08.20.2018 | Photo by Brigida Sanchez
    WAITSBURG, Wash.- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractors worked on Monday, Aug. 20, to rehabilitate flood damaged areas of the Waitsburg Levee...

    Recent Videos

    Recent News Stories

    Improving Biodiversity in the Habitat Management Units

    11.06.2020 | Story by Hannah Mitchell
    Habitat Management Units, or HMUs, are different from other parks. While parks are maintained to provide recreational opportunities, HMUs are areas of land dedicated to environmental stewardship. “The focus of the Corps’ environmental stewardship program is to increase biodiversity or maintain biodiversity. We’re trying to make the habitat most appropriate for all species. That’s birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, insects and...

    Corps repurposes native willow for habitat improvement

    10.15.2020 | Story by Hannah Mitchell
    In an effort to stabilize shorelines, protect cultural sites and improve habitat for fish and wildlife, Corps engineers, biologists and environmental scientists have repurposed native coyote willow found below the Mill Creek Diversion Dam at Rooks Park in Walla Walla.

    Hololens 2: The future of Engineering and Design

    08.21.2020 | Story by Hannah Mitchell
    Virtual reality has become a very real tool in the field of engineering. The Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) HoloLens 2 is a device used for casting 3D design models into real space via holograms, which engineers can view and interact with using the AR/VR headset.

    Constructing Habitat for an Industrious Owl

    08.13.2020 | Story by Hannah Mitchell
    For most bird species, the concept of living underground would be considered strange. For the burrowing owl, living anywhere else would be unthinkable. Burrowing owls are native to the region in Washington now known as the Tri-Cities. However, human development in the area has fragmented their habitat and made it harder for them to survive. To combat this, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Walla Walla District, has been...

    Corps employees develop debris removal device for...

    06.25.2020 | Story by Hannah Mitchell
    WALLA WALLA, WA – Two Corps employees at Little Goose Lock and Dam created a device that removed debris blockages within the dam. Successfully clearing the debris eliminated the need to spend time and labor dewatering a gatewell, prevented fish mortality and boosted energy production.

    Corps continues assisting flood recovery efforts

    03.06.2020 | Story by Hannah Mitchell
    Walla Walla, Wash. –The Walla Walla River basin's rain-on-snow event resulted in historic flows on most streams and rivers in the region. In the aftermath of the flood event, officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District shifted their focus from flood fighting to helping restore some of the surrounding flood effected areas.
    The Corps Car Show

    The Corps Car Show

    10.22.2018 | Story by Brigida Sanchez
    Classic, modern, restored and project cars and, lest we forget, one motorcycle were pulled out of their garages by personnel of the U.S. Army...

    Recent Audio

    Boise River Flows

    Boise River Flows

    05.15.2017 | Audio by Brigida Sanchez
    Record snowfalls have made 2017 a year for severe flood risk. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, explains how it works with its partner agencies to...

    Recent Publications

    Intercom - 12.31.2017

    Intercom - 12.31.2017

    The Intercom is an unofficial publication authorized by the provisions of Army Regulation 360-1. It is published by the Public Affairs Office,...
    Intercom - 12.01.2017

    Intercom - 12.01.2017

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials from Walla Walla conducted a 14-week-long maintenance outage from Dec. 12 to March 20, 2017. The...


    Navigation Lock Outage

    Navigation Lock Outage

    12.29.2017 | Graphics by Joseph Saxon
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials from Walla Walla conducted a 14-week-long mainte-nance outage from Dec. 12 to March 20, 2017.