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Background Information

Employment History

Ranger

Forest Service Agency


District Silviculturalist and Operations Assistant

Pisgah National Forest


Silviculturist

Pisgah National Forest


Web References(5 Total References)


Citizen Environmental Monitoring Conference

www.appalachianforest.org [cached]

Linda Randolph is a District Silviculturalist and Operations Assistant in the Appalachian Ranger District of the Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina, where she has been since 1999.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Forest Management from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and has worked for the Forest Service since 1991.


Smoky Mountain News | Outdoors

www.smokymountainnews.com [cached]

We are trying to make something more noticeable so those with good intentions don't do it," said Linda Randolph, a Forest Service ranger with the project.


Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine

www.blueridgeoutdoors.com [cached]

"The adelgid populations are exploding, and they're advancing rapidly southward," says Linda Randolph, a silviculturist with Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina."If a tree is infested, beetles are probably not going to save it," says Randolph.


www.blueridgeoutdoors.com

Linda Randolph, a ranger in the French Broad District of the Pisgah, says public nudity keeps things interesting."People are convinced the Forest Service drops baskets full of snakes from helicopters," Linda Randolph says.


Home Page

www.pamlicostudiogalleries.com [cached]

Linda ‘s colorful subject material is as varied as her working experience and places of residence.She has been an English teacher, a park ranger and an oil rig driller as well.Ohio, Oklahoma, Niagara Falls, NY, Greenville and Farmville, NC. are places she has called home. During her stay in North Carolina she discovered Pamlico County and on retirement moved to Minnesott Beach where she has a lovely view of the Neuse River.Photography and kayaking are her favorite pastimes.February&March: Linda Randolph


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