By: Raymond V. Corning
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Author Raymond V. Corning holds a B.S. Degree in FisheriesManagement and a Masters Degree in Zoology (Limnology) from Colorado State University. At various times he held the positions of Assistant Chief of Fisheries for the Virginia Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries, Principal Fisheries Biologist for the Bureau of Land Management in Washington, D.C., and Aquatic Habitat Specialist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
His most cherished award has been the Wildlife FederationGovernors Award as Soil Conservationist of the Year in Virginia. Raymond is now retired and works part time as an environmental consultant. He currently serves as Wyoming Outdoor Councilsí representative on the Total Maximum Daily Load Work Group, Water Quality Division, Wyoming DEQ. He has also served as an expert witness on various environmental matters, including a Coal Bed Methane Court Case in Colorado.
Raymond has been a member of the Green Mountain CommonAllotment Planning Group since itís inception in 1997. He is also active and an Interested Public on the Atlantic City Common Allotment, Granite Creek Common Allotment, and Silver Creek Common Allotments, Lander Field Office. The same relationships hold true for the Pacific Common Allotment and the Little Sandy Common Allotment, Rock Springs Field Office, and the Lower Bench Corral Allotment, Pinedale Field Office.