USAG Ansbach Building & Grounds Division, together with the Cross Functional Team (CFT), is considering a garrison-wide “Adopt a Tree” campaign.
Fruits, vegetables, bread, leftovers or sandwiches for lunch break can be wrapped in a home-wrapped alternative to plastic or aluminum – beeswax wrapping paper.
As part of the MakerSpace grant the Ansbach Library had three bicycle stands installed around the garrison. The stands are available to everyone and located at the Library on Bleidorn, the Youth Center on Katterbach and the Von Steuben Community Center on Bismarck.
USAG Ansbach’s Environmental Office hosted a project day with about 170 U.S. and German elementary students at Soldiers Lake on Urlas April 30, 2019 in observance of Earth Day.
Arbor Day is a reoccurring date in the garrison’s calendar; this year, about 40 children, second-graders from Ansbach Elementary School and homeschooled students, gathered at the Fire Training Center on Urlas to plant several fruit trees with the help of the Environmental Management Division.
The city of Ansbach is hosting a cycling campaign, inviting residents to “cycle for a good climate.” USAG Ansbach community members are invited to participate.
USAG Ansbach kicks off its second annual Plastic-Free Week April 21 at the Urlas Shopping Center. The garrison-wide initiative centers on the reduction of plastic products used on a daily basis.
Learn all about the chestnut and how to dispose of your holiday tree.