Getting to Know . . . Joey Dahms
Rangeland Management Specialist
Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS)
Joey is the new rangeland management specialist for the NRCS at the Flagstaff field office. He was born in Tucson and spent most of his life there, not including the many summers he spent in the White Mountains. Joey recently graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in natural resources, focusing in rangeland ecology and management. Heworked as an intern with the NRCS in both Springerville and Tucson, and worked on numerous research projects during school. While he has been able to explore most of Arizona, he is excited to call Flagstaff his new home.
Born in: Tucson, AZ
Childhood Hero: Chuck Norris
Current Hero: My dad
Contribution to the Flagstaff Community: Helping to conserve the landscapes we all love.
Favorite Hobbies: Fishing, botanizing, Netflixing, and road tripping
Fondest Outdoor Memory: Hiking with my dad and running into a pack of wolves.
Favorite Western: Unforgiven
Favorite Western-wear item: Boots
Favorite Ranch Recipe: Beans
Currently Unrealized Life Dream: Visiting every single US state
Possible (or Actual) Ranch Nickname: Sloppy Joe
Favorite College Class: Vegetation Management
Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
- President Teddy Roosevelt