Bridger Teton National Forest Supervisor Jacque Buchanan announced Friday that she had accepted a new position in the Forest Service’s Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Denver. Buchanan came to the Bridger Teton in October of 2010. Forest Service Spokesperson Mary Cernicek says Buchanan’s new position will tap her specific expertise. Cernicek says the position involves areas of natural resources where she will be in charge of all the natural resources including biology, range and similar fields. She says that is really in line with her background. In Buchanan’s official announcement, the retiring supervisor wrote, “With the Wildlife side, I will be able to continue working on some of the big species like Grizzly Bears and Wolves that I have been working with here on the BT for the last couple of years. I will also have Timber, Air and Water so lots of things for me to learn even more about.” Cernicek says it has not yet been announces who will be brought in to serve as Interim Forest Supervisor while a search is launch to find Buchanan’s permanent replacement. Buchanan will assume her new position in Denver at the end of March.