The League is preparing detailed comments outlining our concerns about the Army Corps of Engineers’ preferred alternative for Missouri River recovery.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports that more than 90 percent of the Missouri River reservoir flood storage capacity is available.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold five public meetings April 11-13, 2017.
A lawsuit involving several hundred landowners along the Missouri River vs. the U.S. government and the Army Corps of Engineers began in Kansas City on March 6.
The Army Corps of Engineers is revising the Big Bend Dam Master Plan. The Corps asked the public to submit scoping comments on the master plan revision.
The 21st annual Missouri River Natural Resource Conference and BiOp Forum was held March 21-23 in Nebraska City, NE.
The 24th annual Sioux Empire Water Festival was held at the University of Sioux Falls on March 14-15.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard signed Senate Bill 66, also known as the Buffer Strip Bill, into law.
The future of the Clean Water Rule remains in doubt. The Trump Administration has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to pause before it reviews which lower court should hear challenges to the Obama Administration's Clean Water Rule.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission approved six new or modified regulations, including four new rules dealing with invasive species, at its March meeting.
Thanks to David Leonard, news director of KYNT Radio in Yankton, South Dakota, for providing time on the Alive at Five talk show on March 10.
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