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The Missouri River Water Management Division is part of the Northwestern Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Missouri River Monthly Water Management Report
The Missouri River Water Management office releases a report at the beginning of each month to the public documenting the monthly river forecast and release schedule.
Registrants must be at least 16 years of age to draw.
Annual Truman Lake duck blind drawing set
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District announced that the 2015 Truman Lake duck blind drawing is Saturday, Aug. 29.
If selected, your photo will be added to our on-line gallery at http://www.bobber.info/TakeAlongBobber/index.html and seen by the world!
Take Along Bobber!
On your next trip to the lake or river, cut out Bobber and take him with you. Take a photo with Bobber in it and email it to Bobber@bobber.info include your name and location the photos was taken.
Missouri River Recovery Program
Missouri River Recovery Program
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), in partnership with Tribal nations, states and other agencies, continue working together to develop and implement recovery actions. Here are two examples of how the Corps works collaboratively for river recovery: The USFWS developed a Biological Opinion to protect the three threatened and endangered species that depend on the Missouri River. The Corps developed a substantial Mitigation Project to acquire the land needed to develop fish and wildlife habitat from Sioux City, Iowa, to St. Louis, Mo.

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Tuttle Creek sinkhole repair set for July 16

The sinkhole that occurred at the Tuttle Creek stilling basin parking lot July 9, 2015 is scheduled to be filled July 16, primarily to eliminate the public hazard associated with the open hole in the parking lot. This measure will allow access to the area below the dam to be reopened to the public. The opening of the area is expected to occur by the end of the day July 17.

Smithville Lake Blue-Green Algae Bloom

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District is announcing a potentially toxic blue green algae bloom at Smithville Lake. Blue green algae identification tests and toxin tests performed July 1 by USACE staff identified cyanobacteria or blue green algae present in the algae bloom near Camp Branch with low levels of algae toxin detected.

Applications being accepted for Perry Lake Youth Deer Hunt

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Perry Lake Office is accepting applications for the 2015 Youth Deer Hunt now through August 20.

Corps to host public information workshop for Rathbun Lake

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Rathbun Lake will host two workshops Tuesday, July 21, at the Rathbun Regional Water Association administrative office, 16166 Hwy J29, Centerville, Iowa, to present the Draft Environmental Assessment including the Draft Finding of No Significant Impact on the Draft Revised Water Control Manual.

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