Posts by Justin “JB” Brimer

by Justin “JB” Brimer | Posted Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Everybody likes an “Atta Boy.” And after three years of SCA service projects in the Allegheny National Forest, District Ranger Rob Fallon gave the SCA a tremendous “Atta Boy” last week. “We signed a $1.2 million contract with the SCA (3 years ago).

by Justin “JB” Brimer | Posted Monday, May 13, 2013

Water. How you’ve been cursed when you fall from the sky, rejoiced when you flowed in river bottoms, and feared when you swell and pull in currents and waves.
For trail workers like myself, water is a dire enemy. About 90 percent of my time is spent diverting, building around, channeling, pushing, even aimlessly kicking it out of the path.

Justin “JB” Brimer

Allegheny National Forest

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  • Position Title
    SCA Intern Leader
  • Field Site Name
    Allegheny National Forest
  • Hometown
    Birmingham, Alabama
  • School
    Western Carolina University alumnus
  • Major
    Graduated with the B.A. in Communication and Minor in Parks and Recreation Management
  • Dream Job
    Backcountry Park Ranger
  • If I could pass a law…
    I would allow well-behaved dogs in National Parks and ban pack stock
  • The person who inspires me post is…
    My Grandfather, “Cowboy” Brimer
  • If I were a shape-shifter, I’d turn into…
    A river rock
  • Most memorable outdoor moment
    Backpacking the Oregon coast
  • Favorite Song
    Mind Your Own Business – Hank Williams
  • Motto
    Perspective is Reality

 

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