Water & Drought

March 24, 2014 4:28 PM

U.S. Army Corps eases up on its stance against trees on levees

The U.S. Army Corps says it will no longer disqualify levees that fail its maintenance standards because they have too many trees and other vegetation. Instead, it will allow local levee managers to decide if trees are a threat to flood safety.

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