Nathan Price is the Chief Land Surveyor at USDA Forest Service Headquarters in Washington D.C. The Forest Service manages over 193 million acres and contains over 276,000 miles of boundary lines. Nathan obtained his MBA from Alaska Pacific University, BS in Technology Management from Utah Valley University, and AAS in Land Surveying from Salt Lake Community College. His surveying experience has spanned over 8 years in the private sector and 18 years in public service with both Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service. While working for BLM Alaska, he had the privilege of being the original surveyor on many of the unsurveyed townships throughout Alaska. As Forest Service Chief Surveyor, he has been integral in the final completion and approval of Boundary Management policies and guidelines for Forest Service employees nationwide. Currently, he is licensed in Alaska, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah. Living in Maryland, he enjoys spending time with his family, beachcombing for shark and stingray teeth, woodworking, playing basketball, and riding his mountain bike.