Robert Ryland

Cut-to-Length (CTL) Division Staff

Project Manager

Robert is a 2017 graduate from Colorado State University where he majored in fire and emergency services administration. Robert became a firefighter in 2013. He then expanded into forestry management operations in 2016. Robert started forestry work as a faller and crew lead focused on wildfire risk reduction within the wildland urban interface (WUI). Robert also has experience with traditional logging operations, mastication, helicopter logging, and other forestry techniques used throughout the Southwest.

Robert began his career with Miller Timber Services in 2021. He is a project manager focused on continuing Cut-to-Length (CTL) operations while bringing innovative solutions to help improve forest health in the Southwest.

Training and Education

  •  Bachelor of Science, Fire and Emergency Services Administration, Colorado State University
  • OSHA 10-hour General Industry Safety and Health
  • OSHA 30-hour Construction Safety and Health
  • RT-130, Fireline Safety
  • FEMA IS 100, Introduction to Incident Command System
  • FEMA IS 200, Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response
  • FEMA IS 300, Intermediate ICS for expanding Incidents
  • FEMA IS 700, National Incident Management, An Introduction
  • FEMA IS 800, National Response Framework, An Introduction
  • FFT1/ICT5 · Class B Faller


  • FFT1
  • ICT 5
  • Class B Faller
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