Index to Interview Questions:
0:18 – Please tell us a little about your background and how you became interested in forestry as a career.
4:12 – Please tell us a little about your forestry education.
5:25 – What was your career path after college?
15:41 – Please talk about the reforestation work you did on the Mt. Shasta brush fields.
25:31 – Tell us about fire camps, Safety First Teams and “The Militia”
32:37 – What was your experience with the first multiple use planning efforts, and how did National Forest forest planning progress, or digress, over time?
40:07 – Can you address the Forest Service approach to protecting Giant Sequoias and the need to thin whitewoods from the groves?
42:30 – What are your thoughts on current forest management challenges such as the drought and bark beetle infestation?
46:56 – Do you have a strategy for working withgroups having conflicting interests?
48:39 – What would you tell a young person who is considering forestry or natural resources management as a career?
50:28 – Why did you join SAF and why do you think membership is important?
54:32 – In a perfect world, what would be your vision of an ideal forest?