Sustaining an Optimal Military Training Environment at Fort Polk, Louisiana
In west-central Louisiana, a group of just 16 people is responsible for maintaining 221,000 acres of military training land. This Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) team, a partnership between Fort Polk and CEMML, provides an optimal training environment to prepare soldiers for deployment.
December 1, 2022
USAG Fort Devens partners with CEMML to create environmentally sustainable ranges
CEMML provides crucial environmental expertise as part of a partnership with the US Army at Fort Devens in Massachusetts. Integrated Training Area Management operations, including the clearing of low-level ground cover and hanging branches, support a healthy biome and ongoing military training and readiness.
February 18, 2022
CEMML’s James Sample Facilitates Range Planning Efforts at Desert National Wildlife Refuge
CEMML’s Range Planning Specialist, James Sample, is managing discussions between the Air Force and local land management agencies about changes to public access at the Desert National Wildlife Refuge in Nevada. A recent Nevada Public Radio articles includes Sample’s perspective and others on the uses of public lands.
February 24, 2017