Dustin Miller serves as Administrator for OSC, under appointment from Idaho Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter. He is responsible for the overall efforts of OSC and directly reporting to the Governor. Dustin joined OSC in August 2008 and has been involved with many fish and wildlife conservation initiatives including; wolf conservation and delisting, Yellowstone grizzly bear delisting, salmon and steelhead conservation, and the development and implementation of the Governor's sage grouse conservation strategy. His primary responsibilities include providing overall direction for agency operations and coordinating a multitude of federal Endangered Species Act programs with federal, state and private partners. Dustin received his bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho.
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Sam Eaton serves as Deputy Administrator and Legal Counsel for OSC. As Deputy Administrator, he oversees staff, projects, budgets, and initiatives. Sam provides legal and policy advice on numerous wildlife and natural resource issues including sage-grouse, wolverine, salmon and steelhead, caribou; as well as, state and federal land use planning. Sam also represents OSC and the governor in ESA litigation and coordinates comments on various NEPA and ESA initiatives.
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Michael Edmondson serves as Program Manager for OSC overseeing the Upper Salmon Basin Watershed Project, the Clearwater Focus Program, Idaho Fish Accords, Snake River Basin Adjudication, and PCSRF. Areas of responsibility are management of technical and policy issues including recovery funding related to salmon and steelhead. Before joining the Office of Species Conservation, Mike served the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality for 14 years working in Surface Water and managing federal reporting under the Clean Water Act.
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Terry McRoberts currently serves as Project Manager for OSC, providing administrative and technical support to our federal, state and private partners pertaining to Federal assistance programs. Terry concentrates on NOAA’s Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund grants; US Fish and Wildlife Service's Wolf, Sage Grouse, Slickspot and Aquatic Species Cooperative Agreements. Terry began her career with the State of Idaho in 1991, in administrative fields for Department of Transportation, Insurance and Health and Welfare before coming to OSC in February 2001.
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Amy came to OSC in December of 2008 as a Project Manager. Her primary responsibility is to provide administrative and technical support to our federal, state and private partners pertaining to Federal assistance programs such as the Idaho Fish Accords and Bonneville Power Administration's Fish and Wildlife funding. Prior to OSC, Amy worked at the Idaho State Department of Agriculture serving in the Division of Plant Industries, Noxious Weeds Program as well as the Division of Animal Industries, Animal Identification Program. Amy earned her B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho.
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Joshua Uriarte serves as Project Manager and Policy Advisor for OSC. He has been with OSC since January 2015. Josh received his bachelor’s degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Science, accompanied by a minor in Forest Management, at Oregon State University in Corvallis. His primary responsibilities include providing technical support and coordinating with federal, state and private partners as they relate to the sage-grouse recovery in Idaho. In his previous position, Josh worked with the Sage Grouse Initiative (SGI) for 4 years, coordinating conservation efforts. He has experience working with landowners on critical habitat issues.
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Irina Voyce came to OSC in August 2014. Her primary responsibility as the Administrative Assistant is to provide office support for the staff as needed. Prior to OSC, Irina graduated from Boise State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and worked in the local media.
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Salmon Office - Upper Salmon Basin Watershed Program
Daniel Bertram joined OSC in August 2013 as the Project Coordinator for the Upper Salmon Basin Watershed Program. Areas of responsibility are to supervise staff to coordinate and manage tasks related to fish and wildlife habitat restoration, project development and implementation in the upper Salmon River Subbasin. Prior to joining OSC, Daniel was the Lemhi County Weed Superintendent and department head since 2006. His education background includes a B.S. in Fisheries Resource Management and another in Wildlife Resource Management.
Allen Bradbury is a salmon recovery project planner for OSC. He is responsible for project planning for the Upper Salmon Basin Watershed Program in Salmon where he has worked since 1997. He works in cooperation with private landowners and acts as liaison with state and federal agencies to develop habitat restoration projects to benefit anadromous fish. Prior to OSC, Allen worked for Idaho Association of Soil Conservation Districts.
Abbie Gongloff is a project planner for OSC with the Upper Salmon Basin Watershed Project. Her primary duties are database management and field project monitoring. Prior to working for OSC, Abbie served as an environmental scientist and botanist for North Wind, Inc.
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Adair Muth joined OSC as a project planner for the Upper Salmon Basin Watershed Program in April 2014. Prior to working for OSC, Adair worked as a community relations planner for King County in Seattle. Her education background includes a B.S. in Ecology and Conservation Biology and a B.A. in Spanish from the University of Idaho.
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Moscow Office - Clearwater Focus Program
Janet Hohle serves OSC as manager of the Clearwater Focus Program which implements a portion of the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program. The Focus Program is to enhance and restore anadromous fish habitat in the Clearwater River subbasin. Janet joined OSC in June 2010 following 13 years of service to the Idaho Soil Conservation Commission. Prior to working in Idaho, Janet was employed by the Colville Confederated Tribes in Washington State as a geologist and manager for 13 years and the State of Oregon for two years as a mineral development planning specialist.