NAVIGATION AND ECOSYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM (NESP)    

ST. PAUL DISTRICT - ROCK ISLAND DISTRICT - ST. LOUIS DISTRICT
A groundbreaking ceremony was held April 12, 2023 for the Lock and Dam 14 Mooring Cell project on the Mississippi River.
The USACE Rock Island District hosted and Industry Day, May 17, 2023, to inform potential contractors about the Lock and Dam 22 Fish Passage Project near Hannibal, Missouri.
USACE Rock Island District Commander, Col. Jesse Curry, holds a paddlefish during a fish tagging event at Lock and Dam 22 in Hannibal, Missouri.
Mitch Landrieu, senior advisor to the President and Infrastructure Coordinator, speaks during a groundbreaking ceremony held near Hannibal, Missouri, for the Lock and Dam 22 Fish Passage Project.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held May 18, 2023, for the new 1,200-foot Lock Project at Lock and Dam 25 near Winfield, Missouri.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held at Lock and Dam 22 in Hannibal, Missouri, on May 18, 2023 to commemorate the start of the Fish Passage Project.

Meeting Information

         CONSULTATION COMMITTEE     

The Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program Consultation Committee (NESP CC) is the over-arching consultation body for issues related to the NESP Ecosystem Restoration program and is established to ensure the congressionally directed consultation (WRDA 2007 Section 8004 (e)) with state and federal partners.  In this role, the NESP CC provides the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with the partner agencies' perspectives on NESP implementation. 

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