Carrie Mosley assumed her duties as the New Jersey State Conservationist on November 4, 2012.
Ms. Mosley began her Soil Conservation Service career as a Soil Conservationist in Casa Grande, Arizona, and also worked in Moscow, Idaho as a soil conservationist on the Palouse. In 1996 she transferred to Bozeman, Montana to serve as Watershed Coordinator, then an Environmental Quality Incentives Program Specialist, the Assistant State Conservationist for Programs (for eight years) and finally the Assistant State Conservationist for Operations.
Mosley has volunteered for more than ten assignments with the NRCS National Office and most recently served on a 2-month detail to the Legislative Affairs Division and a 3-month detail as Acting State Conservationist in New York.
Mosley was raised in a small town in central Texas. She has a B.S. from Texas Tech University and a M.S. from Colorado State University in Rangeland Management.
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