Humboldt County Supervisor, District 1 Member, Golden State Natural Resources firstname.lastname@example.org Following a long career in the private sector working his way up to Vice President of a local Pulp Mill; and owning his own local business; Rex Bohn shifted his attention to becoming a Humboldt County Supervisor. Supervisor Bohn has always found time to […]
Supervisor Matt Kingsley represents District 5 of Inyo County, which includes several small communities and exceptional landscapes, from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney.
Supervisor Geri Byrne represents District 5 on the Modoc County Board of Supervisors. She was first elected to the Modoc County Board of Supervisors in 2010 and was appointed to the GSNR Board of Directors in 2022.
Supervisor Doug Teeter represents District 5 of Butte County, which includes United States Forest Service and state forest lands and was heavily impacted by the Camp Fire in 2018.
Supervisor Kobseff represents District 3 on the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors. District 3 includes the City of Weed, Lake Shastina, Grenada, Big Springs, Gazelle and a portion of Mount Shasta northwest of Abrams Lake Road.
Greg Norton joined Golden State Natural Resources in 2019 as its founding President and CEO. He previously served as President and CEO of the Rural County Representatives of California, which advocates on behalf of the state’s rural counties.
Kevin Cann joined Golden State Natural Resources in 2021 as Vice President. He previously served three terms on the Mariposa County Board of Supervisors after a long career with the National Park Service.
Terrance Rodgers joined Golden State Natural Resources at its founding in 2019 and is GSNR’s Project Development Manager. Terrence is also an Economic Development Officer for Rural County Representatives of California, which he joined in 2015.
Sarah Bolnik joined Golden State Natural Resources at its founding in 2019 and is GSNR’s Community Relations Manager. Sarah is also an Economic Development Officer for Rural County Representatives of California, which she joined in 2012.