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Caribou-Targhee Supervisor retires

Caribou-Targhee National Forest Supervisor Brent Larson is retiring. Larson has overseen the three million acre forest since May of 2009.

As part of his assignment,Larson also managed the 48,000 acre Curlew National Grasslands and the Jedediah Smith and Winegar Hole wilderness areas.

Larson and his wife intend to stay in eastern Idaho.

Tom Montoya has been named Acting Forest Supervisor. Montoya is currently Deputy Forest Supervisor for the Walowa-Whitman National Forest in Baker City, Oregon.

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