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“I wanted to express appreciation for all the GIS work and analysis that Vickey Eubank
completed for the Lands LWCF benefits project, via TEAMS work order. Vickey was extremely responsive and seemed to be able to complete GIS tasks in substantially shorter times than what we were quoted by other GIS specialists. And Vickey was also very flexible in trying to respond to fast turnarounds and working with us to figure out what it was we were really trying to do.” Chris Miller, Washington Office Ecosystems Coordinator
Henry Eichman and Delilah Jaworski for.. "outstanding contributions to the implementation, support and improvement of the Economic Profile System-Human Dimensions Toolkit and associated products for National Forest System planning. Thank you!" - Patrick Reed, National Human Dimensions Program Social Scientist
TEAMS editors Pat Goude, Maple Taylor, and Judy York worked together in December, January and March, 2012 to pull together a massive Draft EIS for the BLM’s National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. The document consisted of five volumes and about 1,900 pages of physical, biological and social science relating to future oil and gas exploration and development. Even though there was no time to really read and edit the document thoroughly, the editors were able to strip the document of about 150 different acronyms to improve readability. Everything from Bbbl (billions of barrels) to TCH (Teshekpuk Caribou Herd) to VSMs (vertical support members). Said the BLM’s Alaska editor, “You have done an incredible job and amount of work on this, and do believe there is nothing I can see that would greatly impact the content that needs to be fixed.”
...the [Biological Assessment] was in excellent condition and [our partner] felt he could move forward and begin preparation of the Biological Opinion over the next few weeks. He really did provide big kudos on the information provided and asked if he could use it as an example to others submitting BAs, because of the completeness of the information... Ty Matthews, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, August 2011
Wow! A huge project finally winding down. It is great that you are getting good responses from the mountain residents. I personally think that upper Kyle and Lee look great. You [K'Lynne Weldon] and Bob [Emley] have become part of the NRA--it won't seem normal to have you both around the office. You will be missed. Humbolt-Toiyabe Deputy Forest Supervisor, Stephanie Phillips, October 2010
October 2010: I would like to commend Brad [Eckert], Chuck [Cutter], and Jason [Sieg] for the work they completed in September  on the Sulphur Ranger District for the Roadside Hazard Tree project, more...[pdf]
The professionalism of the ID team (Troy Grooms, Janet Moser, and Dustin Walters) and ID team lead (Troy) was superb throughout the whole process. The quality of work has proven to be of the highest. The ID team's lead has a great wealth of knowledge on BLM Range policy and procedures, as well as writing and the NEPA process. I would highly recommend their services and will continue to seek other projects for their assistance." Atencio, Range Staff, Albuquerque, NM, October 2010.
Just wanted to pass on what I heard from our Appeals Coordinator this morning regarding the appeals of the Shasta Trinity Travel Management EIS. The appeal review team reported this was an easy project to affirm, the project record was complete and the documents were readily understood - the info easily tracked. To my knowledge this is the only TM appeal review team to report such ease in reviewing and ultimately affirming the decision. Congratulations on a difficult job well done! -C-raig Snider, Regional Environmental Coordinator Pacific SW Region, July 2010 To Brooke DeVault--Thanks so much for your help on all these projects. I enjoyed working with you, you are intelligent, easy to talk to and work with, and produced high quality documents. Christine Hirsch, Forest Fisheries Biologist, White River National Forest
During the period of October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009, Corinne [Marzullo]was responsible for the design and implementation of the Daves Creek watershed restoration project. This was a complex project that involved the restoration of about a mile of stream channel that had been adversely impacted by a highway construction project many years ago. The project had strong support and received high attention from a number of partners. The project was partially funded by partners, so it was critical to do a good job and complete the project timely.
Larry [Amell] completed our Veg Management Plans and provided us with a quality product. Thanks for the assistance. ryl Meekin, East Zone Silviculturist, Lolo National Forest
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