Baltimore District prepares for heavy rains, winds
USACE honors local hero
Col. Ed Chamberlayne, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District commander, honors New York State Trooper Donald Atkinson with a coin and certificate for rescuing a young girl at Whitney Point Dam.
Partners celebrate completion of initial construction phase for one of world's largest oyster restoration projects
The interagency team has restored more than 350 acres of oyster reef habitat at Harris Creek through reef construction and seeding. The goal is to restore 10 Chesapeake Bay tributaries by 2025.
Baltimore District's Dave Robbins awarded 2015 USACE Project Manager of the Year
Robbins led a massive, innovative 2-year $20 million post-Sandy study
Col. Edward P. Chamberlayne becomes the 67th commander of the Baltimore District
Chamberlayne assumed command during a traditional military Change of Command Ceremony at Fort McHenry, July 17
Corps of Engineers joins Fort Detrick and Frederick officials for key ribbon cutting event
In a unique two-for-one deal, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, representatives joined Fort Detrick and Frederick officials to cut the ribbon on two recently completed, key projects.
Chesapeakey Bay Total Maximum Daily Load
New Regional General Permit authorizes Chesapeake Bay TMDL activities proposed in waters of the U.S., including wetlands, within Maryland, District of Columbia, and certain military installations in northern Virginia.
Dredging and Munitions and Explosives of Concern Awareness
Due to past coastal protection measures during wartime and training by the U.S. military, the ocean floor contains old military munitions, which have been long buried by the shifting sands, and become uncovered by dredging operations. Take a look at this video that details how the Corps of Engineers reduces this public risk.

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