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Chief of Planning and Professiona...

Phone: (828) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Virtual Blue Ridge
1064 Meadowview Dr #6 P.O. Box 1157
Boone , North Carolina 28607
United States

Company Description: Virtual Blue Ridge is the premiere online resource for information about the Blue Ridge Parkway with an extensive travel planner aimed at taking the effort out of...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • BLA , Landscape Architecture
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • BS , Sociology
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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Reconstruction of Goshen Creek Bridge - Parkway Milepost 286.3
www.virtualblueridge.com, 11 Feb 2015 [cached]
"There is no other bridge like it on the Blue Ridge Parkway," lamented Gary Johnson, Chief of Planning and Professional Services for the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Gary ...
blueridgeparkway75.org, 5 April 2012 [cached]
Gary Johnson Blue Ridge Parkway 75
Blue Ridge Parkway 75th Anniversary - 1935-2010
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Gary Johnson
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Gary Johnson Chief of Resource Planning Blue Ridge Parkway
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For the past 16 years, Gary Johnson has been Chief of the Resource Planning and Professional Services Division, Blue Ridge Parkway. Gary, a landscape architect and planner, heads a division staff of 13, including branch chief, land resources specialist, cultural and natural resource management specialists, park curator, resident landscape architect, community planner, and a computer aided draftsman. This group of professionals is responsible for all of the pre-implementation planning and compliance and resource management activities on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Prior to his current position, Gary served for 18 years in field assignments in the southeastern United States and in the Denver Service Center as a project manager/landscape architect and section chief on major planning, design, and construction projects in some 50 National Park Service units. From 1988 to 1994 he supervised a group of Denver Service Center planners responsible for planning NPS areas in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and the western United States. Project clients have included numerous NPS managers and non-profit organizations with an interest in resource protection and visitor use management. In addition to directing projects, Gary has published and lectured on the subjects of visual quality, corridor resource assessments, cultural landscapes, historic landscape integrity, interpretation planning, goal-driven and strategic planning, and tourism planning.
Gary is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, where he received a BS in Sociology in 1969 and a BLA in Landscape Architecture in 1976.
Contact Us - Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey
www.gscsnj.org, 12 Oct 2014 [cached]
Gary Johnson Ranger - Camp Kettle Run Phone: 856.816.8658 gjohnson@gscsnj.org
TimesDispatch.com | Report details parkway fears
www.timesdispatch.com, 15 June 2004 [cached]
"We've always believed scenery was an important part of the visitation," said Gary Johnson, chief of resource planning for the National Park Service, which released the study.
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Johnson said the differences in terrain between the two states probably explain the different concerns.In Southwest Virginia, the parkway rolls through pastures and farmland, which visitors could see as vulnerable to development.In North Carolina, new subdivisions are less of a threat because the parkway stretches across rugged, high mountains.
Johnson speculated that, had the Virginia survey been taken along the parkway north of Roanoke, where the terrain makes development less likely, survey respondents would have listed air pollution as their main concern.
Gulfnews: Bear in mind...
www.gulfnews.com, 13 Oct 2006 [cached]
Here are seven national parks besides Grand Teton and Yellowstone that offer excellent chances of wildlife viewing this fall, according to National Park Service biologist Gary Johnston,and some of the animals you may be able to see there:
Badlands National Park (South Dakota): bison, bighorn sheep, elk.Info: +1 605-433-5361, www.nps.gov/badl. II Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Tennessee and North Carolina): black bear, deer, elk.Info: +1 865-436- 1200, www.nps.gov/grsm.
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