A familiar face at the White River National Forest is moving on. District Ranger Karen Schroyer will leave the Aspen-Sopris Ranger District later this summer. Schroyer has spent five years overseeing 750,000 acres of forest, which include five wilderness areas, several historical sites, ski resorts and the popular Maroon Bells Recreation Area, as well as a natural gas storage facility.
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