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Environmental Division

The Fort Bragg DPW Environmental Division is committed to environmental excellence in all aspects of the Fort Bragg mission. In accordance with the Sustainable Management System, Fort Bragg’s environmental policy focuses the installation’s efforts on operating “The Right Way, The Green Way, All the Way”.

IRON MIKE     The Right Way...
Obey environmental laws by being aware of Federal, State, and Fort Bragg environmental regulations.
The Green Way...
Practice pollution prevention by choosing actions to safeguard health, the environment, financial, and natural resources.
All the Way...
Keep improving by being aware of the long-term impacts of your actions and choosing to minimize them.

This is accomplished through promoting conservation, practicing good stewardship of natural resources and endangered species, ensuring proactive regulatory compliance, and maintaining Fort Bragg’s status as a national leader in sustainability through its Sustainable Community initiatives. 

The Environmental Division is comprised of six branches – Environmental Management, Compliance, Water Management, Forestry, Endangered Species, and Fish & Wildlife. Through training, education, and awareness, the Environmental Division advances the principles of the Army’s Triple Bottom Line of Mission, Environment, and Community to create a better quality of life for our Soldiers and their families, civilian workers, and the surrounding communities.  

Environmental Branches & Programs

The Environmental Compliance Branch's mission is to support all Fort Bragg military operations & civilian activities by ensuring that the installation maintains the highest level of environmental compliance while working to prevent environmental issues from becoming training distracters.

The Endangered Species Branch supports military training through conservation and management of the fire-maintained longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystem, with emphasis on endangered and rare species.

The Wildlife Branch's mission is to provide Fort Bragg, Camp Mackall, and the surrounding community with safe, quality hunting & fishing opportunities, dedicated & professional fish & wildlife management, natural resources stewardship & environmental & natural resources law enforcement.

The major goal of the Forestry Branch is to sustain the health of Fort Bragg's forests while preserving suitable training areas for the troops. The branch's major responsibilities include thinning overstocked woodlands, harvesting pine straw, planting trees, and wildfire management.

The Environmental Management Branch is a proactive organization dedicated to environmental management and coordination through process integration. The branch supports the Army Mission by providing guidance and leadership as the visionary center of expertise in fostering sustainable communities, managing the installation's expansive Cultural/Historical Resource inventory, and providing support to the continuing construction efforts of Fort Bragg.

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