The Army's environmental strategy model, is founded on the bedrock of shared national values that fortify the Army and the nation. The key building blocks—people, resources, communication, management, and organization—provide the foundation for all Army activities, including environmental stewardship. Army leadership, coupled with the building blocks, provides a sound footing for the four pillars of compliance, restoration, prevention, and conservation. These pillars represent parts of the environment that must work together. The environmental model shows how these four pillars support environmental stewardship. Environmental stewardship, in turn, supports the Army mission.
Encompasses land, forest, and wildlife management within the boundaries of Fort Buchanan. This program area includes threatened and endangered species (Palo de Rosa and the Puerto Rican Boa), scenic areas/parks, wetlands, and sensitive/critical habitats for wildlife.
The active Restoration Program is funded by the United States Army. An Installation Action Plan (IAP) is prepared yearly and it identifies environmental clean up requirements at each site or area of concern (AOC), with the necessary remedial actions (RAs). The Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) manages the environmental, health and safety issues presented by unexploded ordnance (UXO), discarded military munitions (DMM) and munitions constituents (MC).