Thursday, 28 January 2021

Loren Everest begins temporary detail on the Grindstone Ranger District

Ranger Loren Everest. Courtesy photo.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – The Mendocino National Forest is welcoming Loren Everest as the acting district ranger on the Grindstone Ranger District.

Everest will be onboard as the acting district ranger for 120 days.

Everest is a fourth generation Forest Service employee with more than 30 years of experience working on national forests in Alaska, California, Idaho, Washington and Michigan.

He has a bachelor’s degree in fisheries and spent 25 years as a fishery biologist before moving into Public Services.

Everest is a native of Northern California and enjoys fishing, hunting and whitewater.

“I’m looking forward to learning about the Mendocino National Forest and working with the people here,” he said.

Everest will be responsible for management and oversight of resources, personnel and services on the Grindstone Ranger District.

He can be reached by phone at 530-934-1250 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Everest replaces Christine Hill who retired in 2020.

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