Junction woman selected for horse advisory board
Grand Junction resident Callie Hendrickson has been selected to serve on the National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board.
The Bureau of Land Management announced three appointments to the board Monday. June C. Sewing of Cedar City, Utah, and Boyd M. Spratling of Deeth, Nev., also have been selected to serve on the board. Spratling was re-appointed. Sewing and Hendrickson are new to the board.
The advisory board advises the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service on management, protection and control of horses and burrosthat roam wild on public lands and in national forests maintained by the two federal agencies. The board’s nine members serve three-year terms.
Hendrickson is the executive director of White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, where she works on natural resource policy development and education. She also owns E-Z Communications and has served on the Mesa County 4-H Foundation, Mesa County Farm Bureau, Mesa County Cattlewomen, and Colorado Foundation for Water Education boards.