Wayne National Forest in Ohio gets new supervisor

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio (AP) - The supervisor for the Ottawa National Forest in Michigan is taking the same job with the Wayne National Forest in Ohio.

A statement from the U.S. Forest Service says Tony Scardina expects to start work at the southeast Ohio forest in early May. He’ll replace longtime Forest Service employee Anne Carney, who retired earlier this year.

Scardina has worked with the Forest Service since 2004. His roles have included being district ranger for a district of the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania.

He has a bachelor’s degree in forest resources management, wildlife sciences and fisheries sciences, as well as a master’s degree in public administration and natural resource law and policy.

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