CEMML partners with Joint Base Langley-Eustis and the local community to preserve Depression-era Cemeteries

CEMML’s cultural resources team at Joint Base Langley-Eustis won a National Public Lands Day (NPLD) award for preserving Depression-era graves at Fort Eustis and increasing the local community’s awareness of history. The NPLD is the United States’ largest, single-day volunteer effort focused on public lands. Its goal is to bring together federal land managers and […]

July 26, 2018

To prepare for climate change, U.S. Air Force enlists CSU/CEMML scientists, engineers

From rising temperatures to eroding beaches and increased flood and wildfire risks, a warming climate will have ripple effects across the world – and the U.S. military wants to be ready. CEMML’s Mindy Clarke is leading a multi-disciplinary CSU/CEMML team on a nearly $3 million project in partnership with U.S. Air Force to help its […]

September 19, 2017

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