The Custer and Gallatin National
forests will have a new deputy forest
supervisor starting Jan. 17.
Pam Gardner will join forest leadership,
where she reports from the Central
Coast Ranger District.
“I enjoy working with people and
helping to find solutions that work for
the people we serve and the important
lands we manage,” Gardner said. “We
can accomplish much more when we
work together.”
Gardner has served in several line officer
positions, and the past eight years
has been a district ranger in Oregon and
Gardner has worked as a public affairs
officer for the Rocky Mountain and
Northern Great Plains regions in Colorado and Nebraska, respectively.