Author: Sara Corbett
  • April

    Polk Swamp Restoration Project

    The Polk Swamp aquatic ecosystem has been severely degraded by a substantial loss of bottomland
  • February

    Miles of fencing and grassing on Folly Beach

    The final phase of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District’s $30 million Folly Beach
  • July

    Always ready to respond

    While hurricane season is only from June 1st to November 30th, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Serving our customer; no job too small

    Updating security systems, replacing carpeting and installing access ladders are all small projects
  • June

    Leading the Way

    To put student’s education into action, Project Lead the Way, a non-profit organization, was created
  • Testing a Load

    Picture frames, birdhouses and pencil holders are a few items that can be made from craft sticks and
  • Building the Future

    Greeted by the sounds of sawing, hammering and drilling as they entered the construction class at
  • Storming Through Folly Beach

    As students walked up to the pipes spewing sand and water and bulldozers pushing sand up the dunes,
  • March

    Looking Back... Looking Forward...

    "You can let things happen, make things happen, or wonder what happened." -UnknownAfter 39.5 years
  • Constructing Folly Beach

    There is a new type of CRAB on Folly Beach, but unlike the other crabs that reside there, this one
  • October

    The First Two Standing

    When Joe Reasoner and Ed Davis enrolled in Trident Technical College, they didn’t know each other,
  • Saving Edisto Beach

    Imagine if you are at your favorite beach and everyday nearly 40 dump trucks haul the sand away from
  • Testing a Team

    A crisis can really test a team, and when there was an oil spill at the St. Stephen Powerhouse, the
  • August

    "Phenomenal to work with"

    A decade’s worth of accumulated sediment in Hilton Head’s Harbour Town Marina, Baynard Cove Creek
  • June

    Relaxing after a hard day's work

    Soldiers at Fort Jackson work hard, and to provide them the reprieve they need, the Charleston
  • February

    Digging into Haile Gold Mine

    The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Haile Gold Mine, Inc. is well underway and
  • Passing 600,000 Fish

    When the fish lift at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District’s St. Stephen Powerhouse
  • November

    Supporting America's Heroes

    The Interagency and International Support (IIS) program provides technical assistance to
  • July

    Mission: Prepared

    Hurricane season kicked off June 1st and to prepare for it, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
  • October

    Charleston District Takes on Five New Customers

    The Charleston District has taken on five new customers this year and is excited with the