The Environmental and Natural Resources Division provides proactive compliance and natural resource management services to support the mission activities at Fort A.P. Hill.
We continue to sustain the environment & support mission activities for a secure future!
Fort A.P. Hill is a 76,000 acre U.S. Army installation situated in a rural setting between the metropolitan areas of Richmond, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Fort A.P. Hill is the sixth largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River consisting of a 27,000-acre live-fire range complex and 49,000 acres of non-live-fire maneuver training areas.
Fort A.P. Hill’s environmental management practices were recognized by the Virginia Defense Environmental Partnership with the 2009 Eagle Award for Environmental Stewardship.
The 2014 Fort A.P. Hill Environmental Handbook provides an outline of personnel responsibilities, policies and procedures, and guidance for managing environmental resources at Fort A.P. Hill in Bowling Green, Virginia.
A series of Fact Sheets provide easy-to-use reference on over seventy environmental topics, from Aerosol Cans to Weapons Cleaning.
The Directorate of Public Works Environmental and Natural Resources Division manages the environmental program at Fort A.P. Hill. The Environmental and Natural Resources Division has implemented an Environmental Management System that provides the framework to manage all environmental programs and aspects associated with installation operations.
The Environmental Handbook supports the Environmental Management System and Commander’s policy providing guidance and Environmental controls for Installation personnel, soldiers, tenants and contractor personnel.
Fort A.P. Hill Environmental Policy
As part of the Environmental Management System, Fort A.P. Hill has adopted an Environmental Policy, signed by the Garrison Commander. This Policy is Fort A.P. Hill’s statement of overall direction and principles of action regarding its environmental responsibility.