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Natural Resources

The Corps of Engineers is the steward of the lands and waters at Corps water resources projects. Its Natural Resources Management philosophy is to manage, conserve, and improve these natural resources and the environment while providing quality public outdoor recreation experiences to serve the needs of present and future generations.

In all aspects of natural and cultural resources management, Corps managers promote awareness of environmental values and adhere to sound environmental stewardship, protection, compliance, and restoration practices.

The Corps manages for long-term public access to and use of the natural resources in cooperation with other federal, state, and local agencies, as well as the private sector.

Natural resource managers integrate the management of diverse natural resource components such as fish, wildlife, forests, wetlands, grasslands, soil, air, and water with the provision of public recreation opportunities. The Corps conserves natural resources and provides public recreation opportunities that contribute to the quality of American life.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages the natural resources around Lake Georgetown in cooperation with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department and the Texas Forest Service.

Take a look at the programs that interest you.

Deer Management

Endangered Species Management

Land Management

Wildlife Management

Coexisting with Area Wildlife

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