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Author: Jonathan Bell, Corporate Communications Office, Savannah District
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  • January

    Corps lakes offer Christmas trees a second chance

    Evergreen trees aren’t typically considered aquatic vegetation, but if they’re used as Christmas trees in the Savannah River Basin, chances are they’ll continue “bearing fruit” under water. Rather than have old Christmas trees go to the landfill, rangers with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoirs at Hartwell and J. Strom Thurmond lakes collect the trees in December and January each year to make fish habitats in the reservoirs.
  • Duds are preferred in FUDS

    If it goes BOOM, that's bad. If you think it might go boom, then your property might qualify for the FUDS Program. In the southeastern United States, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee, the Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) Program is overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Savannah District.
  • November

    Cyber Center of Excellence update

    With more than $1.6 billion slated for construction, Fort Gordon now hosts the largest military
  • August

    Identifying the presence of wetlands

    The Mission of the USACE Savannah District Regulatory Division is to protect the nation’s aquatic
  • May

    Hurricane Season is upon us. Are you prepared?

    Successfully weathering a hurricane requires preparation at every level – governments, families and
  • Paperless 3D software now a norm for architects

    The US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District has been going digital for about five years with
  • April

    Smile! It’s National Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day!

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District Headquarters team hosted 30 children as part of