BLM Pinedale Field Office invites public to Field Manager Installation Feb. 2
by Bureau of Land Management
January 22, 2016
The public is invited to attend the installation ceremony for Caleb Hiner as the Pinedale Field Manager for the Bureau of Land Management High Desert District.
The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016, at the Lovatt Room at the Sublette County Public Library, 155 South Tyler Street Pinedale, Wyoming. BLM Wyoming Acting State Director Mary J. Rugwell will administer the Oath of Office.
"I am extremely happy to welcome Caleb as the Pinedale Field Manager," said Timothy Wakefield, High Desert District Manager. "Caleb has a great attitude and brings a great deal of on-the-ground experience and we’re lucky to have him."
"I look forward to returning to Pinedale to live, work, and serve this community. The Pinedale Field Office has been doing excellent work with many partners to improve the public lands. The office has a great staff of enthusiastic and dedicated professionals and an amazing group of partners. I am excited about becoming part of this team," said Hiner.
Hiner started with the BLM 15 years ago in Nevada as a geologist before moving to Wyoming as a Planning and Environmental Coordinator for both the Pindale Field Office and the Wind River/Big Horn Basin District. He has recently been a Senior Resource Advisor for the Wyoming State Office and a Resource Advisor for the High Desert District.
Raised in Pindale, Wyoming, Hiner is a graduate of Idaho State University with a degree in Geosciences. Hiner enjoys hiking, hunting, camping, and fishing with family.