|Date: February 28, 2008|
Contact: Craig Flentie (406) 538-1943
Carr Recognized for BLM Work
Adam Carr, a rangeland management specialist with the Bureau of Land Management’s Lewistown Field Office (BLM), was recently recognized for his exemplary work during the 61st Annual Meeting and Trade Show for the Society for Range Management (SRM).
The SRM’s annual meeting took place this past January in Louisville, Kentucky.
The BLM can nominate one rangeland management specialist from each state for this recognition and Adam was nominated to represent the Montana/Dakotas BLM organization.
Willy Frank, Adam’s supervisor and BLM’s Lewistown assistant field manager, nominated Adam for this prestigious recognition. The nomination recognized Adam for his outstanding work performance during 2007, citing his large, complex workload, high quality products and can-do attitude.
Adam was raised in South Dakota and graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in range management. Adam, his wife Tia and their daughter Laurel moved to Lewistown two years ago. Prior to that, he worked for the BLM in Miles City.
“Adam is one of those professionals who will consistently take on extra work assignments and provide high quality results. He has excellent communication skills and has a unique ability to balance resource needs with customer needs. We’re extremely pleased that the Montana/Dakotas BLM organization also recognized Adam for his efforts and forwarded his nomination to the SRM,” Frank added.