Natural Resources Management

CEMML’s multidisciplinary natural resources team informs management of land use with data collection and analysis. We partner with federal, state, regional, and tribal entities throughout the United States to ensure the sustainable use natural resources are in compliance with environmental regulations and consistent with local knowledge.

Current natural resource projects include but are not limited to: overseeing game and nongame fisheries, management of habitat for threatened and endangered species, control of non-native invasive species, surveying flora and fauna, wetlands delineation, management of wildland fire and prescribed fire, erosion mitigation, and pollution prevention.


Endangered Haplostachys haplostachya, a rare plant from hawaii that has the sweetest smell. Common name: Hawaiian mint.

Haplostachys haplostachya
(Hawaiian mint), a sweet-smelling Hawaiian plant that is listed under the US Endangered Species Act.

Researcher tallying results on a narrow outcropping

CEMML technician conducting a forest inventory at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming, looking out across the North Platte River valley.