Maintenance window scheduled to begin at February 14th 2200 est. until 0400 est. February 15th

(e.g. yourname@email.com)

Forgot Password?

    Or login with Facebook
    Defense Visual Information Distribution Service Logo

    NMCP Plants Trees for Arbor Day

    NMCP Plants Trees for Arbor Day

    Photo By Seaman Imani Daniels | Capt. Christopher Culp, NMCP’s commanding officer, and Rachel Donegan, NMCP’s...... read more read more

    PORTSMOUTH, VA, UNITED STATES

    04.22.2019

    Story by Seaman Imani Daniels 

    Naval Medical Center - Portsmouth

    Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) staff celebrate Arbor Day during a tree planting ceremony April 22. Capt. Christopher Culp, NMCP’s commanding officer, read the proclamation and planted two trees.
    “Whereas Naval Medical Center Portsmouth is committed to managing and enhancing its natural resources for multiple uses while fulfilling its assigned mission in support of the DoD,” Culp said. “Whereas Naval Medical Center Portsmouth celebrates Arbor Day with the planting of a tree, and whereas I, Captain Chris Culp, commanding officer, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, do hereby proclaim today, 22 April 2019, as the annual Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Arbor Day Celebration.”
    Portsmouth is the oldest Tree City USA city in Virginia and the goal is for NMCP to officially be a part of Tree City USA.
    “In an effort to establish Portsmouth Annex as a Tree City USA, this year’s plantings help lay the foundation required by the Arbor Day Foundation for inclusion in this nationwide movement for a greener community,” said Taylor Austin, the natural and cultural resources manager for NSA Hampton Roads-Portsmouth Annex.
    Austin also said that planting native vegetation helps support a greener, healthier community, and benefits include erosion control, energy consumption and pride in installation appearance through involvement.
    As the U.S. Navy's oldest, continuously-operating military hospital since 1830, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth proudly serves past and present military members and their families. The nationally-acclaimed, state-of-the-art medical center, along with the area's 10 branch health and
    TRICARE Prime Clinics, provide care for the Hampton Roads area. The medical center also supports premier research and teaching programs designed to prepare new doctors, nurses and hospital corpsman for future roles in healing and wellness.

    LEAVE A COMMENT

    NEWS INFO

    Date Taken: 04.22.2019
    Date Posted: 04.23.2019 10:33
    Story ID: 319102
    Location: PORTSMOUTH, VA, US 

    Web Views: 100
    Downloads: 0

    PUBLIC DOMAIN