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Northeast California Resource Advisory Council

Gale Dupree

National/Regional Environmental

Term Expires 09/19/2010


Gale Dupree represents national and regional environmental interests on the council.  Mr. Dupree is an experienced outdoorsman and has been a director for the Nevada Wildlife Federation for more than 20 years.  He currently serves on the Nevada-California Sage Grouse working group and is a member of the Sierra Club, Audubon Society, Wilderness Society and Nevada Native Plant Society.

Mr. Dupree has a bachelor's degree in forest recreation from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant from the Reserve Officer Training Corps.  He completed three years of active duty and 20 year of active service in the Nevada National Guard, retiring as a Colonel.  Mr. Dupree is also retired from a second career with the state of Nevada.  He lives in Loyalton, California.


Gale Dupree
Gale Dupree