OGDEN — Forest Service officials have named two new supervisors.
David Whittekiend will be the new supervisor of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. He is currently the forest supervisor of the Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri.
He received a bachelor’s in wildlife biology from Colorado State and a master’s degree in botany from BYU. He will begin working in Utah on June 3.
John Erickson will be the new supervisor for the Ashley National Forest in Utah. He has been the district ranger on the Emmett Ranger District in Boise and has recently been the acting deputy forest supervisor of the Boise National Forest.
Erickson graduated in wildlife biology from the University of Montana. He will begin working in Utah on May 21.
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