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  • November

    Headwaters Highlights: Shenango River Lake team works year-round to improve federal lands

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District constructed Shenango River Lake to reduce flooding, save lives and protect property. However, in the years since, the dam, reservoir and federal lands have become a major hotspot for outdoor recreation.
  • January

    Hundreds attend Eagle Fest at Shenango River Lake

    As people’s schedules start calming down after the Christmas season, bird enthusiasts and nature lovers alike had the chance to come together at Shenango River Lake and learn about America’s avian rockstar: the bald eagle.
  • May

    An Invisible Gem of the Earth: How Bees Engage with Pollinators across the Corps

    Bees, birds, beetles and butterflies: what do they have in common? All of them – including an assortment of other species – play a vital role as the invisible engine powering the world’s food economy, pollinating plants and keeping nature in check. You do not notice them now, but you would notice if they were gone. And their numbers are declining. The Corps of Engineers is working to change that.
  • August

    Shenango Rocks Summer Fest

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District Shenango River Lake partnered with local organizations to hold the 13th Annual Leslie Sparano Memorial Summer Fest July 22.
  • December

    Tired of tires, other junk

    With more than 15,000 acres of land and water surface, and numerous developed and undeveloped