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For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs) Hill AFB earns Tree City USA designation for 25th year
For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees.
0 6/08
2018
Kickin' It for Conservation will be held from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. June 7, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Kent Bingham Kickin’ It for Conservation open to Hill families
The 75th Civil Engineer Group’s Energy Management Office and Environmental Management Branch invite Hill AFB’s military, civilians, retirees and families, of all ages, to the third annual “Kickin’ It … for Conservation,” an Energy & Environmental Fair, 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m., June 7.
0 5/24
2018
The 75th Civil Engineer Group Environmental Branch at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, recently acquired an electric hybrid vehicle for government use. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs) Electric hybrid vehicle arrives at Hill
In an effort to help reduce its carbon footprint, the 75th Civil Engineer Group Environmental Branch recently acquired a new electric hybrid vehicle.
0 4/12
2018
Building 39 has been recognized for their outstanding energy awareness. (U.S. Air Force graphic by David Perry) Energy conservation contest a success
Base personnel recently participated in some friendly competition that resulted in measureable energy savings for the base. Workers in seven buildings participated in an energy reduction contest last year from October to December to earn the coveted “Energy Champion Award” and all the bragging rights that come with it.
0 3/01
2018
Building 383 personnel pose for a photo Feb. 1 at Hill Air Force Base. The men and women of building 383 were notified earlier that they had won the Energy Awareness Kilowatt Crackdown, a contest aimed at energy reduction. (U.S. Air Force photo) Energy Awareness Kilowatt Crackdown winner announced
The Energy Awareness Kilowatt Crackdown contest winner was announced Jan. 3 with building 383 squeaking past building 385 in an energy reduction contest hosted by the 75th Civil Engineer Squadron Energy Management Team.
0 2/09
2017
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