Bozeman, MT, December 20, 2023—Zac Fisher has been selected as the acting District Ranger for the Bozeman Ranger District of the Custer Gallatin National Forest. Fisher will serve in a four-month appointment starting on January 2nd behind Corey Lewellen who is currently Acting Deputy Forest Supervisor.
Fisher has over 17 years of public service experience, coming from a diverse professional background. He served in the Marine Corps and worked as a Department of Defense contractor before joining the Department of Agriculture as a Pathways intern. Fisher then worked as a Soil Conservationist for the NRCS before transitioning to the Forest Service as a Soil Scientist. Later, he became the Watershed Program Manager for Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. In February 2023, Fisher joined the Bozeman team as the Deputy District Ranger.
“I am very excited to be stepping into this role on the Bozeman Ranger District and for being part of such a dynamic team,” said Zac Fisher “I look forward to continuing work with our partners and to further engage with our community.”
Zac enjoys spending his leisure time amidst the beautiful outdoors of Montana. Whether he’s hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, or climbing mountains, he’s always up for an adventure. Please join us in congratulating Zac on his new role.