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Raystown Lake promotes water safety, art education through chalk art
For the second year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Raystown Lake hosted “Chalk on the Walk”, a
Baltimore District, partners team up for Labor Day water rescue simulation
Did you know it only takes less than a half cup of water in your lungs to drown? Whether you are a
International visitors tour Poplar Island, explore environmental protection methods
The Baltimore District and Maryland Port Administration hosted a delegation of 22 environmentalists,
Corps celebrates America’s Great Outdoors, opens new pathway
RAYSTOWN LAKE, Pa. – A new 2.3 mile pathway around the Seven Points Recreation Area – made 100 percent out of recycled materials - should reduce traffic congestion, increase pedestrian safety, and provide a healthy alternate to driving.
SMA Chandler visits the Washington Aqueduct
Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond F. Chandler III came to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Washington Aqueduct June 5 to visit the people charged with a unique and vital but frequently unseen mission.
Local Boy Scout completes Poplar Island service project, earns Eagle Scout rank
Tree swallows have found homes in newly designed, assembled and installed bird boxes courtesy of