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This profile was last updated on 4/22/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
Local Address: Negaunee, Michigan, United States
Bear Mountain LLC
 
Background

Employment History

  • Shore Sailor
    Year
  • Geological and Environmental Engineer
    Year
  • General Surgery Residency Teacher
    Year
  • Owner
    Bear Mtn
  • Trauma Director
    St. Mary's Hospital

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
Our People | Equity Engineering
www.equityeng.com, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
Greg Johnson Engineer
Michigan private preserve owner, ...
hartkeisonline.com [cached]
Michigan private preserve owner, Greg Johnson, is a retired engineer. To please his mom & dad, he went to college and got an engineering degree. He worked for years as a geological and environmental engineer. Yet, it wasn't really satisfying to him.
Lake-Trout
In the Summer, Greg takes families fishing on Lake Superior
Today, he has found his true calling. He is living his dream as owner of Bear Mountain Quest. Greg travels around the U.S. to hunting shows promoting his trademarked "Raging Russians," wild boar hunting adventure. He is a one man tourism bureau, promoting Agri-tourism, with no help from the State of Michigan. He offers four seasons hunting and fishing adventures. He aims to please the whole family, wives and kids are welcome. He is loved by others in his community for the tourism his private enterprise generates.
Greg has taken land too fragile to be tilled and farmed in a traditional manner and found a suitable agricultural use for it. The vertical bluffs, bedrock and dense forest could not be farmed in any other way. The pigs love the rugged levels and the densely forested terrain.
With his engineering background, he personally designed and built a 4500 square foot hunting lodge with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. He has a professionally engineered containment system which includes 10 foot high game fence, with cleared perimeters inside and out, with the added security of electrical fencing inside. Recently, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources inspected his fence and gave it an A+ for Excellent.
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Greg knew he was in trouble, when he exhibited at a show in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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Today, Greg breeds his own, and sources from other Michigan farmers. Since the sows are raised in their natural habitat, they are able to select their breeding partners. Their babies are farrowed in the deep recesses of his 100 acre dense cedar forest. The pregnant sows pull down cedar, hemlock and spruce bows to build their nest.
"If you were a pig, knowing that in the end you were going to be harvested, this is where you would want to spend your life," says Greg.
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One of the few that remains is Greg Johnson's Bear Mountain Quest.
Greg Johnson has filed a lawsuit against the DNR to try and preserve his swine sanctuary, and the rights of his creatures to live in the paradise he has created.
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Book your family vacation at Bear Mountain Quest, and support Greg Johnson's business!
FRA's - Feature Article (July 1999)
www.fra.org, 13 June 1999 [cached]
The five finalists were : BM1 ( EOD/SW ) Gregory W. Johnson , Atlantic Fleet ; EW1 ( SW ) Jeffrey P. Peterson , Pacific Fleet ; FC1 ( SW/AW ) Marcus A. Devine , CNET ; CTR1 ( SS/SW ) Dennis G. Kerns , Jr. , VCNO ; and HM1 ( FMF ) David Matthews , Naval Forces Europe.
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At the end of the recognition week , BM1 ( EOD/SW ) Gregory W. Johnson was named 1999 Shore Sailor of the Year at a reception held at the Navy Memorial.FRA salutes Petty Officer Johnson and commends all the candidates on their superior achievements.Below are profiles of these distinguished Sailors :.
Petty Officer Gregory Johnson has taken part in more than 40 Secret Service missions in support of the President and Vice President and various foreign dignitaries , and spent more than a month diving in support of TWA Flight 800 recovery operations.Johnson's current unit , Explosive Ordnance Disposal ( EOD ) Mobile Unit Six in Charleston , S.C. , is deployed more than 250 days per year , and he echoed his shipmates' concerns for quality of life programs for military families.I don't think sailors mind being away [ from home ].That's one reason we joined the Navy.But we don't want to be gone that much and be worrying every day that your family isn't getting proper medical attention or is having housing problems..Johnson's awards include the Navy Commendation Medal ( three awards ) , Navy Achievement Medal , Expert Rifleman Medal , and Expert Pistol Medal.Petty Officer Johnson will receive a meritorious promotion and will be serve for two years on MCPON Herdt's staff.
Gustavus Adolphus Hall of Fame 1994
www.gac.edu, 16 Mar 2001 [cached]
Terry Cottingham Thomas Dahlberg Carleton Johnson Gregory Johnson David Nerothin Koni Milinkovich Porter George Roberts
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Terry Cottingham Thomas Dahlberg Carleton Johnson Gregory Johnson
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Gregory W. Johnson
Known for his ferocious intensity , Greg Johnson toyed with opposing centers from his noseguard position during the late '60s and early '70s.Constantly double teamed due to his ability to penetrate the offensive line , Johnson still led the team in tackles his junior and senior seasons.He was a three-time all-conference selec : ion ( one of only eight Gustavus players to earn this distinction ) , and a member of the 1967 and 1968 MIAC Championship teams.Johnson was also a two-time Little All-American ( '69 and 70 ) and his teammates selected him as their most valuable player during those same seasons.
Graduating with a double major in mathematics and physics , Johnson went on to earn his teaching certificate and then taught math and physics and coached football at Pine City and New Ulm High Schools.
He enrolled in rhe University of Minnesota Medical School in 1974 and graduated in 1978.After a residency in St. Paul , Minnesota , Johnson started a private family practice in 1981 in Red Lodge , Montana , where he also served as the Carbon County Coroner from 1952 until 1984.In July of 1985 , he began a general surgery residency at Blodgett Memorral Medical Center in Grand Rapids , Michigan , and he is currently in private general surgery practice in Grand Rapids.In addition to his general surgery practice , Johnson is the trauma director at St. Mary's Hospital.He has received numerous honors in his medical career including General Surgery Residency Teacher of the Year Award in 1992 and Family Practice Residency Instructor Recognition Award in 1994.Greg and his wife Susan have two sons , Reid and Kurt.
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Gustavus Adolphus Hall of Fame 1994
www.gac.edu, 22 Oct 2001 [cached]
Terry Cottingham | Thomas | Dahlberg | Carleton Johnson | Gregory Johnson | David Nerothin | Koni Milinkovich Porter | George Roberts
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Terry Cottingham | Thomas Dahlberg | Carleton Johnson | Gregory Johnson
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Gregory W. Johnson
Known for his ferocious intensity, Greg Johnson toyed with opposing centers from his noseguard position during the late '60s and early '70s.Constantly double teamed due to his ability to penetrate the offensive line, Johnson still led the team in tackles his junior and senior seasons.He was a three-time all-conference selec:ion (one of only eight Gustavus players to earn this distinction), and a member of the 1967 and 1968 MIAC Championship teams.Johnson was also a two-time Little All-American ('69 and 70) and his teammates selected him as their most valuable player during those same seasons.
Graduating with a double major in mathematics and physics, Johnson went on to earn his teaching certificate and then taught math and physics and coached football at Pine City and New Ulm High Schools.
He enrolled in rhe University of Minnesota Medical School in 1974 and graduated in 1978.After a residency in St. Paul, Minnesota, Johnson started a private family practice in 1981 in Red Lodge, Montana, where he also served as the Carbon County Coroner from 1952 until 1984.In July of 1985, he began a general surgery residency at Blodgett Memorral Medical Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and he is currently in private general surgery practice in Grand Rapids.In addition to his general surgery practice, Johnson is the trauma director at St. Mary's Hospital.He has received numerous honors in his medical career including General Surgery Residency Teacher of the Year Award in 1992 and Family Practice Residency Instructor Recognition Award in 1994.Greg and his wife Susan have two sons, Reid and Kurt.
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