MSAC 18th Annual Membership Meeting – Presenter Paul Boyd, US Army Corps of Engineers
The Missouri Sedimentation Action Coalition invited its members and the general public to its 18th Annual meeting on April 23, 2019. Paul Boyd, hydraulic engineer with the US Army Corps of Engineers – Omaha District, provided an update on the process of working toward developing a sediment management plan for Lewis and Clark Lake. In January, MSAC requested technical assistance from the USACE to develop a SMP for the lake and delta region/tributaries. MSAC is working with stakeholders to generate involvement in developing the SMP and funding the non-federal share required. First, a scoping process is planned to gather more details as to what the plan will potentially produce and cost. For more information visit www.msaconline.com.
Others presenting information at the meeting were Tim Cowman, MSAC Board of Director member, and Nathan Schaepe, of the USGS Nebraska Water Science Center in Lincoln.