The Environmental Division's mission is to support and sustain the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center’s complex operational training environment, through responsible environmental stewardship.
- Conserve, Protect and Restore our natural and cultural resources.
- Ensure compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations.
The National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 requires that any project receiving Federal funds or Federal permits/approvals must consider potential impacts to the human and natural environment. The NEPA process considers social, economic, and environmental impacts and tries to balance potential impacts during project decision making.
NEPA Areas of Review
Click here to download the NEPA document (PDF)
The purpose of MUTC's Air Quality Program is to ensure compliance with all laws, regulations and rules, which pertain to the management of Air Quality. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is the regulatory agency that governs air pollution control issues for MUTC.
Click here to download Title V operating Permit (PDF)
The 979 acre training site is quite diverse in its natural resources. The campus in landscaped with various species of trees both deciduous and evergreen. Brush Creek Reservoir, a 150 acre water impoundment located on the east side provides various benefits to the surrounding communities as well as fish and wildlife that inhabit it. The reservoir is buffered on all sides by forestland, forestland that consists of various forest types and structure. Approximately 487 acres of forestland is present at MUTC. There is approximately 115 acres of abandoned field habitat, with is predominately located north and west of the campus. The Vernon Fork of the Muscatatuck River provides approximately 1.2 miles of river riparian area in the Northwest and an additional 2 miles of perennial stream riparian area is located in the South. Many different types of wildlife inhabit to utilize these features at MUTC.
Click here to download Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan Updated Mar 08 (PDF)
Last updated on 3/14/2013