M.S., Forest and Rangeland Management, Washington State University, Pullman WA B.S., Forestry, emphasis wildlife habitat management, Michigan Technological University, Houghton MI
Randall R. Hayman
NEPA/ Forest Planning Specialist
Randall Hayman is an expert in USDA Forest Service policy and regulations around forest planning, project planning/implementation, wildlife conservation planning, and mining. During his 34-year career with the Forest Service, he provided expert counsel and oversight to leadership on Forest Service compliance with federal laws, including NEPA, FOIA, ESA, and virtually every other law applicable to the management of National Forest System Lands. Randall is a seasoned and skilled project manager, strategist and interdisciplinary team leader for both programmatic and site-specific projects, leading innumerable projects to successful completion and durable decisions. His experience spans Regions 1, 4 and 6 and multiple National Forests (Boise, Payette, Sawtooth, Dixie, Fishlake, Manti-La Sal, Custer, and Umatilla). Randall also received regional and national details as a forest planning and litigation specialist. As a Forest Planner, he worked with planning rules, including the 2012 Rule. Randall’s experience covers a wide variety of projects, including salvage, vegetation/fuels management, special uses, mining, travel management, transmission lines, recreation, terrestrial and aquatic habitat restoration, and livestock grazing permits. Randall currently contracts with the Forest Service on litigation and special projects.
Meets OPM Education and/or Experience Requirements for Labor Categories at GS-11 Level Has at least 20 years of demonstrated experience serving as NEPA/Forest Planning Specialist
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