BLM hires new Cottonwood Field Manager
Stephanie Connolly has been hired as the new Field Manager for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in the Cottonwood Field Office. Stephanie Connolly Connolly spent the last nine months serving as Acting BLM Field Manager in Casper, Wyoming and Ely, Nevada.   Prior to her positions as Acting Field Manager, Connolly served a four-year term as the BLM Associate Field Manager in Ely, Nevada.  Connolly attended the University of Kentucky where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Forest Management.  From 1988 to 1999 she worked for the Forest Service in Colorado, Kentucky, Utah and Nevada as a wilderness ranger, forester, planner and recreation specialist, respectively.  In 2001 she was hired by Washoe County, NV to partner with the BLM and Forest Service to construct recreation facilities on federal public lands using county funds.  Then, in 2003 she began her career with the BLM in Ely, NV.According to Connolly, “I have a passion for working with communities and partners.  I’m happy to be in Cottonwood and look forward to getting familiar with the partnership opportunities in this area.”Connolly and her husband Don look forward to getting to know folks in the community and plan to enjoy all the outdoor recreational activities available in the area.Stephanie replaces the previous Field Manager, Greg Yuncevich, who retired in January.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522



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