Environmental Management Branch
As the “headquarters company” of the Environmental Division, the Environmental Management Branch’s (EMB) mission is:
Support the Army Mission by providing guidance and leadership as the visionary center of expertise in fostering sustainable communities.
The EMB is comprised of three integrated teams committed to advancing environmental awareness and sustainability practices.
The Foundations Team supports the Environmental Division through oversight of the installation’s Sustainability Management System (SMS), environmental auditing, performance tracking, funding and overall program management, education and awareness programs, GIS support, and system support.
The Cultural Resource Management program (CRMP) began in 1995 and is staffed by a team of archaeologists, architectural historians, historic preservationists, and cultural resources specialists charged with the management of Fort Bragg’s cultural resources, including archaeological sites, historic buildings and landscapes, and historic cemeteries.
The Project Review Team consists of an environmental engineer, NEPA analysts, and wildlife biologists. This team is responsible for supporting the Directorate of Public Works in ensuring environmental considerations are incorporated into all land use and construction projects.
Collectively, the EMB Team provides technical support and guidance to Fort Bragg Strategic Goal #1, Sustainable Communities. Working both on Fort Bragg and throughout the region to advance the Army’s commitment to the Triple Bottom Line of Mission, Environment, and Community. Fort Bragg’s sustainability efforts have been recognized by the State, Department of the Army, and on a national level for its leadership and innovation.
Fort Bragg's Environmental Division's Recent Awards
- FY09 Secretary of the Army Environmental Award Natural Resources Conservation
- NC Mobile CARE Award 2010 (Transportation)
- NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources Urban Forestry Award for Outstanding Arbor Board 2010
- FY11 Secretary of the Army Environmental Award Installation Restoration Program
- FY12 Secretary of the Army Environmental Award Cultural Resources Management Team
- National Military Fish and Wildlife Association Natural Resources Conservation Management Model Programs and Project Award - Jacqueline Britcher (RCW Conservation)
- 8th Tree City USA Award March 2013
Fort Bragg's Environmental & Sustainable Policy:
||THE RIGHT WAY...|
|THE GREEN WAY...|
|ALL THE WAY!!!!!|