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Randy Julander

Snow Survey Supervisor

Natural Resources Conservation Service

HQ Phone:  (609) 267-1639

Direct Phone: (801) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.gov

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Natural Resources Conservation Service

1971 Jacksonville-Jobstown Road

Columbus, New Jersey,08022

United States

Company Description

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) works with private landowners to help them protect the soil and water on their land. The agency has offices in each of Iowa's 99 counties.... more.

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For Randy Julander, a Snow Survey Supervisor for the US Department of Agriculture, snow is a dream job.


www.standard.net

Randy Julander, Utah's snow survey supervisor for USDA, said in an email this is two to three times better than last year.


www.ksl.com

The storm's reach extended from Zion National Park all the way to the northern Wasatch Front, according to Randy Julander, snow survey supervisor for the Natural Resources Conservation Service's Utah office.
The smallest measurements - typically less than 1 inch - were in central Utah, according to Julander. "We have 110 sites scattered across the state, and it's bumped all sites up in a general positive trend. That's great," Julander said. It's a welcome drink given the "dribbles here and there" of last winter, but a series of moisture events sustained throughout the season are still needed, Julander said. "It's been a fantastic storm," he said. "What we hope for this year is a continuation of this particular pattern where we get one or two storms a week throughout the wintertime. "One storm doesn't make the winter, but it's off to a really nice start," he said.


blog.powderbird.com

"At this point, everybody is just sitting back chewing fingernails and waiting because the longer it stays cold and wet, the worse it's going to get," said Randy Julander, a supervisor with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service.- ABC News story


www.wsusignpost.com

According to Dr. Randall Julander at the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, you can think of our water supply as being like a savings account at a bank.
The wet May was like getting an unexpected bonus check. "It will help us pay the bills for June and July, but come August... it's back to the bank," Julander said. Julander said. Everybody can make a difference in conserving water," said Julander.


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