Colorado Official Appointed

Harris Sherman, a Colorado state official, was appointed by President Barack Obama as agriculture undersecretary for natural resources.
Sherman was the director of Colorado’s Department of Natural Resources and is now in charge of the 191 million-acre national forest system and the USDA programs that encourage stewardship of farm and range land.
Although environmental groups oppose his appointment because he had an active role in a state plan that offers logging, oil and gas production in roadless areas, the White House is confident in the appointment. In a statement the White House said that Sherman played an important role in “the largest expansion of the state’s wilderness and parks programs.”
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