Terry recently retired from the Bureau of Land Management, Medford, Oregon in
2017. She worked for the US Forest Service for 20 years throughout western
Oregon and for the BLM over the last 13 years. During her career at BLM, she
was heavily involved in stewardship contracting and agreements and helped form
the Klamath Siskiyou Oak Network (KSON). She is a forester and silviculturist
and was an early contributor to the SOFRC Cohesive Strategy. Along with her
husband, Rich she manages a small parcel of forest land in the Applegate
Valley. Her interests include work on climate change, oak habitat and visiting the
Cascade-Siskiyou Monument. She received an associate’s degree from Lane
Community College and Mt. Hood Community College; was an English major at
the University of Oregon and received a B.S. in Forest Management from the
University of Idaho in 1987. She was a certified silviculturist for the Forest
Service for ten years.