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New district ranger for Plumas forest

The Plumas National Forest has selected Michael Donald as the new District Ranger for the Mt. Hough Ranger District.

The new ranger will being working in June on the district which takes in the Quincy-Bucks Lake area and the Feather River Canyon. Donald has worked in international affairs doing forestry and watershed work in Central America and the Caribbean.

Donald has also worked for the Olympic National Forest in Washington as a fish biologist and on the Kootenai National Forest in Montana as an environmental affairs coordinator.



He holds two degrees from UC Davis in wildlife-fisheries biology and Spanish.


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