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Julie Beagle

Environmental Planning Section Chief, San Francisco District


Julie Beagle is the Environmental Planning Section Chief for the USACE San Francisco District (SPN). She brings a focus on integrating nature-based approaches into USACE studies, projects, operations, and actions across all business lines. She is the environmental technical lead on several projects, including piloting strategic shallow water placement of dredged materials in SF Bay to support marsh and mudflat resilience to sea-level rise. Her recent technical contributions include serving as lead author for the San Francisco Bay Shoreline Adaptation Atlas, a resource for employing nature-based adaptation measures along the SF Bay shoreline. She has worked as a fluvial and estuarine geomorphologist throughout the rivers and wetlands of California for the last 15 years and has a master’s degree in environmental planning from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Julie Beagle


The Network for Engineering With Nature® (EWN) invites you to the N-EWN Knowledge Series: A Continuing Education Series about Engineering with Natu......
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Julie Beagle

Built Projects

The Section 1122 Strategic Shallow Water Placement Pilot Project pilots a novel approach to beneficially reusing dredged material for mudflat and s......
The Corps has been attempting to manage flood risk on the Upper Guadalupe River in San Jose, California since the 1980s. San Jose is the 10th ......
The Dry Creek (Warm Springs Dam) Restoration Project is located downstream of the USACE-managed Warm Springs Dam and near the City of Healdsburg in......
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