Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance (LRAM) repairs, maintains, and reconfigures Army training lands to support sustainable and safe maneuver training conditions. LRAM provides the mechanism for Fort Hunter Liggett to maintain and repair impacts to the natural resources at FHL caused by maneuver training. It also allows for limited upgrades and improvements that benefit training. The objectives of LRAM are to implement improvements and repairs of disturbed maneuver land and water crossings, improve vegetation cover and concealment for training activities, and repair other landscape damage for safety and continued availability of the land for training
Training area before LRAM (left) - Seasonal field crew member showing scale of drainage gully caused by extreme rain event. Training area after LRAM (Right) - Same area one year after revegation activities.