Janet Zeller recently retired from the U.S. Forest Service after 27 years with the agency. For the past 17 years she had served as the agency’s National Accessibility Program Manager based on the Recreation staff in Washington, DC. Previously she worked in education and as a school librarian. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire and a Master’s in Library and Information Services from the University of Rhode Island. Janet has resided in NH for 50 years and growing up spent her summers in the White Mountains. She is a lifelong outdoor recreationist with a deep commitment to land conservation, sustainable land management practices and wise recreation use.