PUBLIC LANDS -- Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has announced new appointments or re-appointments of four members to the Bureau of Land Management Coeur d’Alene District’s citizen-based Resource Advisory Council.
The 15-member panel, composed of members with diverse interests and backgrounds, advises the Bureau of Land Management on public land issues.
Newly approved members are:
- Kimberly Rice Brown, Archaeological and Historical Interest representative.
- David Brummer, Procurement Manager for Stimson Lumber Co., Commercial Timber representative.
- Keegan Schmidt, Lewis-Clark State College associate professor, GeologyAcademia representative.
- Kimberly Friend, business owner-operator, Commercial Recreation representative.
Read on for the list of other members on the BLM CdA advisory council:
- Linda Bonser-Rider, rancher, grazing representative.
- Douglas Boggan, rancher, grazing representative.
- Ronald Hood, contractor, Off-Highway Vehicles representative.
- Jerry Boggs, Endangered Species coordinator, Selkirk Conservation Alliance, Environment representative.
- Jackie McAvoy, trails consultant, Dispersed Recreation representative.
- Kimberly Brown, Historical Organization, Archaeology/History representative.
- Tom Crimmins, trails consultant, Dispersed Recreation representative.
- Jerry Shriner, Backcountry Horsemen, Wild Horse and Burrow representative.
- Randy Doman, Public-At-Large representative.
- Aaron Miles, Nez Perce Tribe's Department of Natural Resources manager, Tribes representative.
- Gregory Taylor, Idaho Department of Water Resources stream channel protection specialist, State Agency representative.
- Chris Goetz, Clearwater County Sheriff, Elected Official representative.