The National Park Service has announced a new superintendent for Dinosaur National Monument.
Starting March 31st
, Paul Scolari will serve as the Superintendent of the Monument in Colorado and Utah and will also supervise the Superintendent of Fossil Butte National Monument in Wyoming. Scolari has worked for the National Park Service for over 24 years and is currently the Chief of Resource Management and Planning over a group of national parks in California. “Paul is known for his steady demeanor, level-headedness, collaborative approach, and an open and inclusive management style,” shares Acting Regional Director Kate Hammond. “This, along with his experience working with park partners will serve him well at Dinosaur National Monument.” Scolari is looking forward to the new assignment. “The opportunity to lead a talented National Park Service staff and work with passionate stakeholders in stewarding majestic lands and waters for the American public fulfills a dream that has taken shape over the course of my career,” says Scolari. “Dinosaur and Fossil Butte are enchanting places; I am honored and grateful for the opportunity to take a place among my predecessors in caring for them.”
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