DIAMOND SPRINGS — Laurence Crabtree, the new forest supervisor for the Eldorado National Forest, will be the special guest at the next Amador-El Dorado Forest Forum. The meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 18 at Colina Del Oro Mexican Restaurant, 694 Pleasant Valley Road in Diamond Springs. The format will be an informal “meet and greet” with a few comments and a short Q&A session.
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Crabtree was most recently the deputy forest supervisor of the Plumas National Forest. His earlier leadership responsibilities include serving as district ranger for two separate ranger districts in the Modoc National Forest and district ranger for two Forest Service ranger districts in Nevada. Crabtree graduated from the University of Idaho where he studied forestry and entomology. He was born in Susanville, Lassen County, and was raised on a ranch.
Social Hour begins at 6 p.m., and dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. To RSVP, contact Diane Dealey Neill at [email protected] or 530-417-1960 by Monday, Sept. 16.