US Army Corps of Engineers
Little Rock District

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  • September

    Bull Shoals Master Plan revision is underway

    Little Rock District is actively engaging the public in its effort to update the 1970s version of the Bull Shoals Lake Master Plan.
  • March

    Who and what is the MKARNS Board of Governance?

    Within U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division a board of governance for the 445-mile McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System has been established to corporately manage the system.
  • McKinnie named 2014 Engineer of the Year

    James McKinnie earned the Little Rock District’s Engineer of the Year honors for 2014 for his exceptional work as chief of Navigation and Maintenance Section.
  • February

    Employee Spotlight--Darrell L. Montgomery

    Q+A with Little Rock District Contract Specialist Darrel Montgomery
  • January

    2013 Ozark Isle Youth Hunt

    Park rangers from the Mountain Home Project Office braved 20 mph winds and 30 degree temperatures on Jan. 4 to ensure 10 youth hunters from around the state could participate in the 2013 Ozark Isle Youth Hunt.
  • June

    Arkansas Crappie fishing lauded by Fishhound.com

    If you can believe a fisherman then here’s a tale for you. We’ll call them crappie in this story but they’re known by many different names in Arkansas and southern Missouri; paper mouths, Sacalait, slabs, specks and the large ones are called netters, the medium ones lifters and the small ones are called tater chips.
  • May

    Q & A with Little Rock District’s Water Safety Champion-Russell Malahy

    Little Rock District Natural Resource Specialist Russell Malahy recently took over as the district’s Water Safety Champion.
  • March

    Employee Spotlight - James McKinnie

    Bio Stats:Official Position:  Chief, Navigation & Maintenance SectionYears with SWL:  3Years of
  • Leadership Development Program Level III graduates- Where are they now – Dana Coburn

    What is your official job title? Environmental Branch Chief, Planning and Environmental Division, Little Rock District. When did you graduate from LDP III? March 2011 How has this program assisted you with career progression? The LDP has helped me to become a better leader by exposing me to so many diverse situations, even those that have pushed me outside of my comfort zone. I feel I am a more well-rounded Corps employee and a prepared leader by going through the unique experiences of the program.
  • January

    Benefits = $750,000 Partnership = Priceless

    You could put a price on the value added to Table Rock Lake from the Corps of Engineers partnership
  • December

    Give someone a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach them to fish and you feed them for a lifetime.

    On Sept. 30 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office partnered with several local businesses and civic organizations from Branson, Mo., to bring Catch a Special Thrill for 21 children who don’t normally have the opportunity or ability to go fishing.
  • November

    The healing power of hunting

    Soldiers wounded in the line of duty often suffer from injuries, which have complex medical,