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Recommends, develops, and implements work plans for the development and management of forest resources; conducts studies of forest boundaries, trails and roads; prepares annotated maps; analyzes and evaluates conditions, characteristics, values and relationships of forest resources and prepares environmental assessment reports and recommendations; works with various government and private organizations to coordinate and organize forest program activities and projects; provides technical advice to public and private landowners and promotes sound conservation practices; coordinates, manages and monitors grant funds for forestry projects; conducts studies and surveys to assess forest resources; considers social, economic and environmental issues, and makes appropriate recommendations; prepares and presents reports; organizes fire control forces and directs them in fire control activities; and coordinates and conducts fire suppression, training and public information activities with various agencies; and performs other related duties as assigned.

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