Albatrosses are “dying by the tens of thousands,” says artist and filmmaker, Chris Jordan. As part of Marstel-Day’s ongoing series, Vital Voices of the Environment with Rebecca R. Rubin, Jordan explains how the explosive profusion of plastic trash in our oceans is killing vast numbers of Laysan Albatrosses that mistake lighters, bottle caps and other […]
NWRA Board member, Rebecca Rubin, the President and CEO of Marstel-Day, hosted “A Party with a Purpose” on, December 11, at the Old Silk Mill in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The Party with a Purpose certainly had a purpose – promoting conservation and sustainability.
Rebecca R. Rubin interviews artist and film-maker, Chris Jordan, about the horrific loss of Laysan Albatrosses.
A locally based business that will allow people to share contact information with others at the same event using a subscription-based text messaging service won the inaugural Made in FredVA competition Wednesday night. Muster Me, a business idea that Libby O’Malley presented Wednesday, took home the $10,000 grand prize at the contest, which was patterned […]
Three Fredericksburg-area businesses were honored Wednesday at the local Chamber of Commerce’s annual Goodwill Awards event.
Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day LLC recently won two contracts totaling $13 million for work supporting the U.S. Air Force and other federal agencies.
MARSTEL-DAY LLC, Fredericksburg, Va., was awarded a maximum $10,000,000 firm-fixed-price contract for architect and engineering services for the Mobile District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide environmental, planning and encroachment management support to the U.S. Air Force, Office of the Civil Engineer Headquarters.
A locally based business that will allow people to share contact information with others at the same event using a subscription-based text messaging service won the inaugural Made in FredVA competition Wednesday night.
Muster Me, a business idea that Libby O’Malley presented Wednesday, took home the $10,000 grand prize at the contest, which was patterned after ABC’s popular “Shark Tank” television show.
The Fredericksburg area can better prepare for economic growth, creating “green” jobs and mitigating natural disasters.
Those are a few of the objectives in a new regional planning effort spearheaded by the University of Mary Washington and a group of area businesses and community partners.
The Climate, Environment and Readiness-CLEAR-plan would create a framework to discuss and help resolve climate change-imposed risks on families, cultural sites, the economy, natural resources and green spaces.
Celebrated conservation consulting firm Marstel-Day, LLC, has significantly expanded its offering of large group facilitation support – an innovative line of business the firm first undertook in resolving stakeholder conflict over dredging and dredge materials disposal in the San Francisco estuary and has refined in support of the Air Force and Navy, with exciting application for other organizations in the private, public and non-profit sectors.