Forest gets new rangers

The Bridger-Teton National Forest has hired three District Rangers for three District Offices located in both Sublette and Teton Counties.  The Rangers come to the Forest after vacancies in the Blackrock, Pinedale and Big Piney Ranger Districts. Ivan Geroy comes to the Bridger-Teton most recently from Delta Junction, Alaska.

Geroy will be responsible for the 400,000-acre Pinedale Ranger District, as well as the 430,000-acre Bridger Wilderness area in Sublette County. The new Blackrock District Ranger in Moran, Wyoming is Jason Wilmot. Wilmot grew up in South Dakota and Montana and spent a decade working for the National Park Service in Glacier National Park on trail crews and wildlife surveys and projects. He also spent a summer as a backcountry ranger in Katmai National Park in Alaska.



Wilmot has lived in Jackson, Wyoming since 2003 and he was the Executive Director of the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative in Jackson from 2003-2013. Wilmot will be responsible for the 165,000-acre Blackrock District, in addition to the 584,000-acre Teton Wilderness area in Teton County. District Ranger Greggory Brooks comes to the Bridger-Teton from Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia, where he was the Forest Wildlife and Ecology Program Manager for the past 2 years. Brooks will oversee the 400,000-acre Big Piney Ranger District in Sublette County.




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