I consider myself to be a collaborative leader that is dedicated to partnering with coworkers to find efficient and meaningful ways to serve the public while also promoting an engaged, empowering work culture. Documented strengths in building and maintaining relationships with diverse range of stakeholders involved with the public lands, such as grazing permit holders, wild horse and wildlife advocates, and recreation use groups. I am currently working on expanding my knowledge of permaculture practices and sustainable agriculture and resource development, in the hope that I can find ways to promote these practices while also working to strengthen and promote resilience in our local communities.
Trained and worked as an Environmental Professional (EP) since 2006, inspecting properties and preparing Phase 1 - Environmental Site Assessments to determine presence of recognized environmental conditions or hazardous wastes.
Computer skills include word processing and spreadsheet preparation, and presentations utilizing Powerpoint and related software
As assistant field manager, I supported the field manager in the administration and management of approximately 250,000 acres of Public Land located in five northern California counties. As one of two assistant field managers in the Redding office, provided technical advice and support to field manager to allow issuance of land use decisions that are compliant with applicable laws, regulations and policies related to land use and natural resources management. Position supervised staff of 10-12 specialists and several volunteers.
In this position, I supervised realty specialists, geologists, geographic information specialists, and other staff to complete land use plan objectives of the Redding Field Office, BLM. This involved managing and conserving natural resources, while processing, land use permits and rights-of-way related to power transmission and distribution, access roads, water pipelines, and other infrastructure needed by local governments, utilities, and the general public. Decisions on land use authorizations must be supported by documentation that is compliant with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). NEPA documentation is required to demonstrate decision-maker was well informed and the analysis was thorough and science-based. Responsible for conducting any necessary research related to legal aspects of right-of-way issuance or land acquisition and disposal, coordinate with staff at USDI Office of the Solicitor and present findings to Field Manager and other staff. Provide training and guidance to staff on technical issues on regular basis.
This position performs duties related to real estate transactions on federally owned public lands. Typical casework involved drafting realty documents related to rights-of-way or land acquisition cases. Prepared National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analysis documents, such as environmental assessments, or categorical exclusion records. Coordinate with other staff, including geologists, wildlife biologists, and foresters on analysis to be included in NEPA documents. Complete compliance inspections to ensure that permit and right-of-way holders are conducting authorized activities in conformance with applicable stipulations and document any resource damage or other issues.
Conduct monitoring studies of range vegetation and soils and complete evaluations of grazing allotments on federally managed lands in central Nevada. Grazing on federal lands is administered through the issuance of grazing permits and leases. Occasionally these permits/leases must be adjusted in terms of numbers of livestock and season of use. To document the need for such adjustments, rangeland management specialists, monitor forage utilization levels, vegetative composition and trend, riparian conditions soil erosion and other indicators. Collected data is compiled and analyzed in an allotment evaluation. Result are discussed with grazing permit holders to solicit input and seek solutions to improve resource conditions. This position also involved administrative work related to compliance, billing, and range improvement maintenance and permitting.
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