Environmental News

Prepare now for possible winter energy restrictions

Many have already heard that Germany is considering rationing electricity and natural gas this fall and winter due to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. How will this affect the U.S. Army community in Ansbach?

August 12, 2022 ×

Exchange Makes Sustainability a Priority in Serving Those Who Serve

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service makes every day Earth Day, conserving energy, reducing waste and implementing sustainable practices at stores and facilities across the globe.

April 21, 2022 ×

USAG Ansbach Environmental discusses plastics and the concerns about the ‘Plastic Planet’

USAG Ansbach explains the different types of plastics and concerns with the ‘Plastic Planet’

April 18, 2022 ×

USAG Ansbach maintains meadow orchards

USAG Ansbach maintains two meadow orchardsUSAG Ansbach maintains two meadow orchards

April 11, 2022 ×

Ansbach Energy Team Focuses on Sustaining Mission in the Face of Rising Energy Costs

Many of us take for granted that our offices and post housing have electricity, heat and running water without giving much thought to what it is costing the government and how reliable it is.

March 29, 2022 ×

“Beautify the Garrison” – planting flower bulbs

Twenty community volunteers came together Nov. 20 to plant flower…

November 26, 2021 ×

Flowers? Pumpkins? Pick your own on German farm fields

Flowers? Pumpkins? Find out where and how you can pick your own on German farm fields.

October 5, 2021 ×
Environmental Newsletter – October 2021

Environmental Newsletter – October 2021

Find out more about Energy Action Month and picking your own pumpkins.

October 4, 2021 ×

Bee keeper class a hit in Ansbach community

After being canceled last year, the popular beekeeper course of USAG Ansbach’s environmental division took place again this year.

August 4, 2021 ×

Keep your distance from these fuzzy caterpillars

Oak processionary moth caterpillars are a tree defoliating pest that pose health risks to humans and pets in their larval stages. While touching an oak processionary moth caterpillar is most likely not life threatening, it can be extremely painful.

June 16, 2021 ×