- New Development
- Snow removal
- Dirt work
- Can operate
- Dump truck
- Profit and Loss Statements
* Monthly invoicing and settlement for 200+ vendors
* Weekly reports for corporate accounts
* Weekly debt/profit statements
* Fleet maintenance schedule
* Facilitate and implement new procedures to contracted individuals
* Communicate new product lines and operating procedures to vendors and contracted distributors
* Reconcile and report all monthly debts
* Responsible for all cash and deposits
* Bi-weekly compensation for contracted individuals
* Quick books
Currently on the Dean's list
School conflicted with meeting times and I had to resign.
I created Canyon Keepers through the BLM in 1997. It was a voluteer based group with the mission of "we're working together today to preserve tomorrow". The mission statement was adopted by the Friends of Red Rock
I was invited to sit on a committee to discuss ways to incorporate an abandoned railway corridor into a connective trailway which would be viable for several types of recreation while providing and promoting education...preserving the character of each neighborhood.
The MPRA is a citizens group sanctioned by the City of Henderson to be the voice for the residents of Mission and Paradise Hills. MPRA protected a unique section of Henderson which is a rural overlay within the city limits. Our mission was to communicate with the City to preserve/protect the rural livestyle within a booming city.
I developed a core of diverse recreational groups to discuss their recreational needs while educating each other of their needs for their specific recreational passion. This created an understanding and buffered the tensions between groups.
While working on my degree, I was offered full time employment with the BLM through the Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association
I attended Beth's "Field experiences in Agriculture" at the Old Fort Farm/Ranch two semesters last summer and have taken both Ag Marketing and Ag 101 with her.
Mike was a guest professor for the summer sessions at the Old Fort and then I also helped him with his incubator plots. He can give you insight into my work ethic.
Dr. Shuler has been my advisor the past 2 years and I have taken or attending the following classes: SustainableAgriculture
Melissa Kay Shelton
2147 Eagle Dr
Pagosa Springs CO
I was drawn to Pagosa Springs by it's pristine natural beauty, vital resources and charm of the community. I would consider it a priviledge to be part of a team, whose vision was to preserve and promote the attributes of this area and to encourage community growth and local sustainability.
March 14, 2012
Chimney Rock Farm & Market 500 CR 175, Bayfield CO 81122
To whom it may concern,
It is my pleasure to write this letter in support of Ms. Melissa Shelton’s application for the Internship position. I’ve come to know Melissa as a student in several of my agriculture classes at Fort Lewis College (Sustainable Agriculture, Soils, Crop Production), and as one of my student advisees. As a result, I have had multiple opportunities to get to know Melissa in different circumstances.
From her first days as one of my students at Fort Lewis College, Melissa has distinguished herself as a serious, attentive woman who clearly values her academic training, probably more so than the average student. I suspect it’s obvious to any of the faculty that interact with Melissa that she is constantly striving to make the most of her college experiences in preparing for a professional career in agriculture and resource management. Academically, Melissa consistently produces work that I would rate as very good to excellent. Melissa is always ready with questions that reflect her thoughtful consideration of the subject matter at hand as well as her genuine interest in pursuing real depth in her studies.
In reflecting on what I’ve observed with regard to Melissa’s maturity, work ethic, and aptitude, she consistently demonstrates a dependable, can-do, detail oriented attitude that should be of great benefit to your program. On a personal level Melissa exemplifies the sort of maturity, steadiness, promptness, dependability, and professional demeanor that virtually every employer prizes. Additionally, my experiences with Melissa suggest that you would find her to be a congenial, personable employee as far as working with others on team projects. I respectfully ask you to give her application serious consideration.
Please contact me by phone (970-247-7192) or email ([email protected]) if I may be of further assistance in recommending Melissa for the Internship Position.
Dr. Philip E Shuler
Professor, Department of Agriculture and Biology, Fort Lewis College