Waldo Canyon Fire Press Conference

Jerri Marr supervises the Pike-San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland, and became a fixture at press conferences during the Waldo Canyon Fire. The United States Forest Service profiles her on its home page:

Simply ‘Marr’-velous: Forest Service leader hailed as hero merely doing her job

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Jerri Marr had sandwiches named for her, is the subject of a fan-created Facebook page and has shaken as many hands as a local politician. But as the forest supervisor of more than 3.5 million acres of public land, Marr said what is important to her is making a difference.

 

One Response to USFS Profiles Jerri Marr

  1. Tom says:

    Jerri Marr is a Rock Star!

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