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The power production components at Webbers Falls are being rehabilitated to improve the plant's efficiency. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2016.
Webbers Falls rehabilitation continues
The power production components at Webbers Falls are being rehabilitated to improve the plant's efficiency. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2016.
The temporary cofferdam at the Cumberland Levee repair site has been reinforced with a 36” windrow to keep water from overtopping the structure after several days of rain once again brought water levels out of the banks of the Washita River near the construction site Nov. 30, 2015. The dam was built for events such as this in order to keep the site free of excess water during high-water events. The Cumberland Levee repair site is in Phase I of a repair project by the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, after breaching earlier in 2015 due to record amounts of rainfall. (Photo by Preston Chasteen/Released)
The Cumberland Levee Repair Project
The temporary cofferdam at the Cumberland Levee repair site has been reinforced with a 36” windrow to keep water from overtopping the structure after several days of rain once again brought water levels out of the banks of the Washita River near the construction site Nov. 30, 2015. The dam was built for events such as this in order to keep the site free of excess water during high-water events. The Cumberland Levee repair site is in Phase I of a repair project by the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, after breaching earlier in 2015 due to record amounts of rainfall. (Photo by Preston Chasteen/Released)
A working barge dredges sediment from the bottom of Waurika Lake, November 3. The dredging operation will last several months and will remove nearly 80,000 cubic yards of sediment that has built up along the intake channel of Waurika Lake since its impoundment in 1977.
Investing in future water supply: Dredging begins at Waurika Lake
A working barge dredges sediment from the bottom of Waurika Lake, November 3. The dredging operation will last several months and will remove nearly 80,000 cubic yards of sediment that has built up along the intake channel of Waurika Lake since its impoundment in 1977.
Mark Bolin, Academic Advisor for Owasso Public Schools Indian Education, beats a drum for the Owasso Indian Education Dance Group during a ceremony held Nov. 2, 2015 at the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office.  The Tulsa District held the ceremony in recognition of National American Indian Heritage Month which is celebrated throughout the month of November 2015.
Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers celebrates Native American Heritage Month
Mark Bolin, Academic Advisor for Owasso Public Schools Indian Education, beats a drum for the Owasso Indian Education Dance Group during a ceremony held Nov. 2, 2015 at the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office. The Tulsa District held the ceremony in recognition of National American Indian Heritage Month which is celebrated throughout the month of November 2015.
Ranger Stanley Bell recently completed the Park Ranger Training Course and received his graduation certificate from Col. Richard A. Pratt, Commander, Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Bell served on active duty with the U.S. Army before coming to work for the Tulsa District.
Ranger Graduation
Ranger Stanley Bell recently completed the Park Ranger Training Course and received his graduation certificate from Col. Richard A. Pratt, Commander, Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Bell served on active duty with the U.S. Army before coming to work for the Tulsa District.
In the summer months, deeper lakes like Lake Eufaula will stratify because of temperature but as the fall months bring in cooler weather the layers will mix as the water temperatures equalize.
As the lake turns: The seasonal cycle of lake stratification
In the summer months, deeper lakes like Lake Eufaula will stratify because of temperature but as the fall months bring in cooler weather the layers will mix as the water temperatures equalize.
The shower and restroom facility at Supply Park on Fort Supply received an on-grid solar power upgrade, July 21. The solar panels will offset electricity costs for the facility.
Fort Supply Lake utilizes solar power to save energy
The shower and restroom facility at Supply Park on Fort Supply received an on-grid solar power upgrade, July 21. The solar panels will offset electricity costs for the facility.
The Operations Division of the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hosted Visitor Assistance Citation Authority Procedure course to prepare rangers for public interaction, July 13-17.
Tulsa hosts division-wide visitor assistance training for rangers
The Operations Division of the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hosted Visitor Assistance Citation Authority Procedure course to prepare rangers for public interaction, July 13-17.

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