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Derek Strohl

Natural Resources Specialist

Bureau of Land Management

HQ Phone:  (202) 452-5125

Direct Phone: (414) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.gov

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Bureau of Land Management

1849 C ST NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20240

United States

Company Description

About the BLM - The BLM manages more land - over 245 million acres - than any other Federal agency. This land, known as the National System of Public Lands, is primarily located in 12 Western states, including Alaska. The Bureau, with a budget of about $1 bill...more

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Employment History

Program Director

Wisconsin Wetlands Association


Web References(28 Total References)


mustangheritagefoundation.org

"The horses are protected by law," Derek Strohl, a BLM natural resource specialist, said.


www.handsontheland.org

Derek Strohl
Member Since: 2015 Natural Resources Specialist Bureau of Land Management 626 E. Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 200 Milwaukee, WI 53202 414-297-4416 414-297-4409


www.friendsoftheblackriver.org

Derek Strohl of the Bureau of Land Management was here to answer questions and seek information about BLM islands on April 8th at 7PM at the Friends of the Black River monthly meeting at the BRF CCU.


www.jacksoncountychronicle.com

"It was a natural choice to start with the Black River since the folks at FBR already know the river and are passionate about caring for it," said Derek Strohl, natural resources specialist with BLM.


www.friendsoftheblackriver.org

Derek Strohl of the Bureau of Land Management was here to answer questions and seek information about BLM islands on April 8th at 7PM at the Friends of the Black River monthly meeting at the BRF CCU.
"Islands of the Black River" is FBR Topic in April Do you know who owns the islands you encounter as you paddle the Black River? Are you concerned about who cares for your favorite island lunch or camping stop? Derek Strohl of the Bureau of Land Management was on hand to answer these questions and more on April 8th at 7PM at the Friends of the Black River monthly meeting. He also looked for input from local paddlers and river users familiar with islands on the Black. In his presentation Derek explained many of these islands are refuges for eagles and other creatures that benefit from their intact canopies and the protection from predators and easy access to prey that are provided by water on all sides. Derek is an Ohio native with a Land Resources degree from the UW-Madison. He has worked with the WDNR, Ozaukee Washington Land Trust and in the private sector. For three years he served as program director for the Wisconsin Wetlands Association. Strohl has recently finished a GIS based inventory of all Wisconsin's river and lake islands. He has identified approximately 500 islands totaling about 2600 acres. Nearly fifty of the BLM islands are in the Black River in Clark, Jackson and Trempealeau counties. Derek is particularly interested in islands with high recreational use, unique habitat, rare species or cultural or historic significance.


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