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Give a Life

During a recent trip to the Southwestern Region, I was fortunate to witness, yet again, the finest aspects of our agency. One of the best parts of my job is visiting with our employees and seeing, firsthand, how they serve their communities and each other. I was so moved by this care between employees that I want to share it with you. Please take a few minutes from your day to watch this short video featuring Yvette Pacheco, a procurement technician in Acquisition Management, and Bob Davis, director of Planning, Watershed, and Air Management. Yvette's choice exemplefies not only our agency core value of service, but also our Code and Commitments. Caring for the land and serving people includes the way we treat one another. Yvette and Bob are just two examples of the many wonderful employees who make up the fabric of our agency.

Chief Vicki Christiansen

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