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Category/Topic: management


By Tom Davidson

Nathan Lojewski is the forestry manager for Chugachmiut, a non-profit organization that provides technical assistance to the seven Native tribes in the Chugach Region of Alaska. Nathan joined the Peace Corps after earning his undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University (NAU) and returned to NAU for his masters after his service to remote villagers in […]

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By Tom Davidson

Laurie Raskin is a forestry consultant who earned her B.S. in Forest Management and Forest Resources Management from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry. Prior to this, Laurie worked for the U.S. Forest Service, Finch Paper, and Wagner Hardwoods among other roles before opening her own consulting business earlier […]

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By Tom Davidson

Peter Dieser is the Minnesota Public Lands Coordinator for the American Bird Conservancy and is currently stationed at the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge in Rochert, Minnesota. Peter switched his career track a couple of times while in school before landing in forestry and earning a M.S. in Natural Resources Science and Management from the University […]

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By Tom Davidson

Werner Krueger is a field forester with the Bureau of Land Management, and he is the 2017 State Chair of the Oregon Society of American Foresters. As you will hear in this episode, Werner has a very diverse career including volunteer service for the Peace Corps. Through his many experiences, Werner firmly believes that life […]

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By Tom Davidson

In one of my grandfather’s poems, he wrote, “Make your work your hobby and ride cowboy ride!” It was his way of telling us kids to get a job we’d love so we would never have to work a day in our lives. I’ve gotten to coach over a thousand new, middle and senior executives, […]

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