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Week of: Jul 17, 2011

Alumni Ken Pimlott, Forestry & Wildland Resources

Ken Pimlott, 45, of Cameron Park, has been appointed director of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). He has served in multiple resource management and fire protection positions with the department since 1993 and has served as acting director since 2010. Pimlott began his career as a seasonal fire fighter in 1987 and is a Registered Professional Forester. Pimlott received an Associate of Arts degree in Fire Technology from American River College, and a Bachelor’s degree in Forest Resource Management from Humboldt State University.

Week of: Jul 03, 2011

Faculty Mary Scoggin, Anthropology

Mary Scoggin, professor of Anthroplogy, co-authored the report Tribal Corridor Management Planning: Model, Case Study, and Guide for Caltrans District 1, recently released by the Mineta Transportation Institute.

The report presents a guide to tribal corridor management planning to address California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 1 personnel and members of the North Coast Tribal Transportation Commission proposals to develop innovative, context-sensitive and interpretive “tribal transportation corridors” along stretches of state highways that cross tribal lands in Northern California.

Week of: Jun 05, 2011

Student Soil Scientists, Forestry & Wildland Resources

Five of six Humboldt State University students (83%) passed the rigorous “Fundamentals of Soil Science” exam offered on April 15, 2011, becoming Associate Professional Soil Scientists, according to tests results from the Council of Soil Science Examiners.

Ten Wildland Soils and four Forest Soils students graduated from Humboldt State University in 2011. Five Rangeland Resource Science students also graduated, one of whom had sufficient soil science courses to be qualified for the federal Soil Scientist position. This means that Humboldt State University graduated 15 fully qualified Soil Scientists, more qualified students than most institutions have enrolled at any given time!

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