Mindy Clarke named CSU International Presidential Fellow

BIG congrats to Mindy Clarke, a CEMML Program Manager and PhD Candidate in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology (GDPE). She was named a CSU 2016-2017 International Presidential Fellow*! Mindy has lived and worked all over the globe for almost 30 years. The travel bug firmly got a hold of her in her teens when she worked as an […]

CSU Flag over Afghanistan 2016

  Thanks to a CSU ROTC grad for the shot!    

Documentary Showcases CEMML’s Work at Bellows AFS

The Air Force launched a new documentary that showcases its eco-friendly work on the beaches and wetlands of Bellows AFS and it stars . . .drum roll please. . . CEMML’s Craig Gorsuch! An Environmental Program Manager with a mission to revert AF lands to their more natural state, Gorsuch had much help from Kari Bogner, Chase Davenport, plus […]

CSU types find each other wherever they go

As part of the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Oahu this week, CEMML staffers enjoy dinner with the Assistant Secretary of Air Force Installations, Environment and Energy, herself also a CSU alum.  Go Rams!  

Highest Point on Oahu

Reporting from Hawaii, Kris Rex had the pleasure of taking her Joint Base installation biologist and Pacific Region Natural Resources Subject Matter Experts up Mount Ka’ala last week. At a bog immediately adjacent to the USAF 611CES Radar Station, she snapped these photos. Mahalo for sharing your hike with us, Kris!

CEMML Helps Fort McCoy Win DoD Environmental Award

The Fort McCoy Natural Resource Branch (NRB) – which includes several CEMML research and field professional – was selected as the “Best Natural Resources Conservation Team” by the Secretary of the Army earlier this year. On the heels of that award, this same team won the top 2016 DoD Secretary of Defense Environmental Award for Natural Resources! CEMML is an integral […]

Balancing Culture with the Military Mission

The Federalist newsletter prints news of recent activities of its membership and of important projects and issues affecting federal history programs. Kudos to CEMML’s Alexandra Wallace for a great piece and the lead article, “Balancing Culture with the Military Mission”!

Cultural Resources Team Develops 3D Laser Scanning Capability

CEMML Cultural Resources expands its capabilities to document historic buildings, archaeological sites, cultural landscapes and Traditional Cultural Properties by training on 3D Laser Scanning and photogrammetry technology.

Erica Fleishman Selected as New Director of CEMML

The Dean of Warner College of Natural Resources made the following announcement in an email this morning (reprinted below). Colleagues, Please join me in congratulating Dr. Erica Fleishman (efleishman@ucdavis.edu) on being selected as director of the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML). CEMML is one of the CSU’s most productive and impactful centers.  […]

Annual GIS Workshop Brings CEMML Employees Together

On April 19-20, 2016, CEMML hosted off-site and CSU-based Environmental GIS employees for two days of workshops and networking. The team of GIS professionals support spatial data standardization for the Air Force Civil Engineer Center – Environmental Directorate (AFCEC/CZ) headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in Texas. Led by Associate Director, Gary Senseman, the annual […]