Monday, September 24, 2012

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Jamie Savage has been a Professor at the SUNY-ESF Ranger School in Wanakena, NY since 1991, and a Certified Forester since 1995. He teaches courses in Natural Resources Measurements, Entomology, Forest Recreation, Interpretive Techniques, Trigonometry, and Adirondack Cultural Ecology.

He is a past Chair and still active member of the New York Society of American Foresters, and currently serves as Chair of the Five Ponds Partners. He also serves as a board member for the Adirondack Curriculum Project. In his spare time, he is an ambitious hiker, mountain climber, skiier, paddler and singer-songwriter.

Savage writes about Adirondack forestry issues, Adirondack music, and other happenings in the northwest region of the Park. He lives with his two sons in Piercefield, NY.





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