Membership of the Forestry Research Advisory Council offers opportunities to significantly influence the direction of academic and government research in concrete ways. Nominations are now being accepted for new council members. The council meets at least annually, and council members serve staggered terms that last up to three years.
Council members are sought from government agencies (federal, state, and county), private industry, academic institutions, NGOs, and tribal groups. No individual who is currently registered as a federal lobbyist is eligible to serve as a council member. Please forward this request for nominations to qualified individuals who may be interested in applying. Also, if you’d like to nominate someone as a candidate, please send their names and contact information to the designated official Tracy Hancock, whose phone and email are given at the end of this message.
- Each application package must include a resume and completed form AD-755 (Advisory Committee Membership Background Information). A cover letter and letters of recommendation are also welcome. Submit applications via:
- Email to email@example.com. Also copy firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Express mail or overnight courier service to Tracy C. Hancock, USDA Forest Service, Office of the Deputy Chief, Research and Development, 201 14th Street, SW, Mail Stop 1120, Washington, DC 20250-11.
U.S. Postal Service mail to U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Office of the Deputy Chief, Research and Development, Mail Stop 1120, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-1120.
For more information, contact Tracy Hancock, FRAC Designated Federal Official, USDA Forest Service, at (202) 205-1724 or email@example.com.