Integrated Natural Resources Management meeting at AEDC

Col. Rodney Todaro (middle), commander of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, signs the annual Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan alongside Richard Kirk (left), manager at the Region II Office of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, and Mary Jennings, supervisor at the Tennessee Ecological Services Field Office of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service on Aug. 26 at AEDC. Arnold Air Force Base has significant natural resources requiring conservation and management, including habitat for federally listed species protected under the Endangered Species Act and the presence of unique biological resources such as wetlands like Sinking Pond, a property designated a National Natural Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior. Arnold collaboratively manages the installation’s natural resources with assistance from the USFWS and TWRA to protect and conserve natural resources while providing hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities to the public. (Photo by Jacqueline Cowan) -AEDC-

PHOTO BY: Jacqueline Cowan-AEDC-
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