January 2010

Hon. Lynn Scarlett Joins Marstel-Day, LLC Advisory Council

Hon. Lynn Scarlett Joins Marstel-Day, LLC Advisory Council. Marstel-Day, LLC is a woman-owned firm specializing in conservation and land use consulting. Ms. Scarlett will be advising the firm on issues pertaining to climate change, ecosystem services, and landscape-scale conservation.

Marstel-Day Wins the 2009 Environmental Business Journal Business Achievement Award Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas

The Environmental Business Journal honors Marstel-Day, LLC (Fredericksburg, VA; www.marstel-day.com) and IHS Janes, a unit of IHS Inc. with the 2009 EBJ Business Achievement award “Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas”, for forming a strategic partnership and launching a new, joint-practice area that directly supports policymakers, planners, and operators who have to address the challenges posed by severe environmental, energy, and climate dynamics.

Marstel-Day, LLC Wins the 2009 American Planning Association, Federal Planning Division Award for an Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project

Marstel-Day, LLC was announced as the winner of the 2009 American Planning Association, Federal Planning Division Award for an “Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project.” For two years, Marstel-Day, LLC has worked closely with Marine Corps Installations – East (MCI-East) at Camp Lejeune, NC, to develop a comprehensive land use planning strategy for a 25-county Eastern North Carolina (ENC) region that protects military training, maintains the viability of traditional “working lands” (i.e., farming and forestry), preserves water quality and protects natural habitat.

Marstel-Day Wins the 2009 Environmental Business Journal Business Achievement Award Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas

The Environmental Business Journal honors Marstel-Day, LLC (Fredericksburg, VA; www.marstel-day.com) and IHS Janes, a unit of IHS Inc. with the 2009 EBJ Business Achievement award “Consulting And Environmental Firms, New Practice Areas”, for forming a strategic partnership and launching a new, joint-practice area that directly supports policymakers, planners, and operators who have to address the challenges posed by severe environmental, energy, and climate dynamics.