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Craig Maly is a scientist for the Minerals Division. He began his employment with NRRI in 1990 as a field technician for the peat program. He is an experienced forestry technician with a general biology education. He has worked in both the private and public sector (federal government) as a forestry technician prior to becoming a University employee. He began working for NRRI’s Forestry Program in 1999 assisting with aspen growth and yield research and the Minnesota Hybrid Poplar Research Cooperative. Craig is also in charge of NRRI's Safety Program.
- B.S. Biology, University of Minnesota Duluth, 1999
- A.A.S. Forestry, Itasca Community College, 1988