Installations across the Army are taking steps to conserve energy and water and increase resiliency, thereby contributing to Army readiness, said Jordan Gillis, acting assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment.
The United States Department of Energy honored the Army Reserve with two Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) awards this year. The 9th Mission Support Command received a Program Award for their conservation efforts at Kaoru Moto Army Reserve Center in Maui, Hawaii.
Sandwiched between two peninsulas on Maryland's Eastern Shore where rural and open lands contrast the urbanization across the bay, the Army Corps of Engineers has built possibly the world's largest oyster sanctuary at Harris Creek.
In collaboration with National Marine Fisheries, Navy implanted Atlantic Sturgeon in the York River leading to identifying a new spawning population. (Photo Credit: Sarah Rider, NAVFAC Atlantic)
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