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Bill Loeber 
Bill has been providing forestry assistance to a variety of landowners for over 35 years. He has worked as a Forester with King County since 1997. He currently splits his time between assisting private forest landowners grow and steward forests and providing active, sustainable stewardship of over 28,000 acres of King County owned forest land. On these lands, Bill promotes forest stewardship practices which strive to balance social, ecological, and economic resources of these forested properties. When not working, Bill enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening, most genres of music, and photography as an art form. Bill can be reached at bill.loeber@kingcounty.gov or (206) 477-4755.

Wendy Sammarco
Wendy has been working as a forester in western Washington for thirty years and is still thrilled by discoveries made in the forest. Since 2017, she’s been a Forester with King County, where her focus is on assisting landowners with forest stewardship. When not working, Wendy enjoys hiking, gardening, and reading. Wendy can be reached at wsammarco@kingcounty.gov or (206) 263-6916.

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