GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES
The Forestry program is responsible for the ecological enhancement, economic development and sustainable use of forest resources of allotted, Tribal trust and Tribal fee patent lands for the CTUIR. The Supervisory Forester oversees the development and implementation of activities and functions to carry out provisions of 25 Code of Federal Regulations. The Supervisory Forester develops, implements, and continues programs designed to secure optimum conservation and utilization of soil, water, and forestry resources to provide a reasonable income to Indian landowners consistent with other resource values. The CTUIR employs the best available science to forward our mission through participation in policy, administrative processes, public outreach and education. The position will be under the supervision of the CTUIR Range, Agriculture and Forestry Program Manager. The Forestry Program is required to:
1) Integrate the protection, conservation, utilization, and enhancement of Tribal fee, trust and/or restricted Indian forestry lands with the desires of the beneficial owners;
2) Ensure that beneficial owners receive fair market value for forestry production; and
3) Accomplish 1 and 2 in conjunction with natural resource management objectives and cultural values of the Tribes.