Jeremy Call, Principal, Logan Simpson
Jeremy is a historic landscape architect and certified planner who specializes in documenting and evaluating historic settings, cultural memory, sacred places, and site and recreation planning. He has presented methods to properly inventory, manage, and monitor National Trails with BLM at nine national and state conferences. Most recently, Jeremy served as project manager to prepare the new interagency National Scenic and Historic Trails Inventory, Assessment, and Monitoring Methodology and Field Guide to foster interoperability and data exchange between land managers. Prior to that assignment, Jeremy partnered with the BLM Wyoming State Office to prepare Conceptual Guidelines for NHT Visitor Services and Interpretation, and led the consultant team’s ARRA NHT Inventory for more than 800 miles across seven western states for the Old Spanish, El Camino de Tierra Adentro, California, Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, and Pony Express NHTs. The inventory integrated archaeological, cultural landscape, and visual resource resources and formed the basis for BLM Manual 6280. He has also prepared feasibility studies, management plans, interpretation/recreation improvements, and/or NEPA for segments of the Four Trails (Missouri to the West Coast), California NHT (Nevada and California), Continental Divide NST (Wyoming and Colorado), Juan Bautista de Anza NHT / Butterfield Overland Trail (Arizona), El Camino de la Tierra Adentro (El Rancho de Las Golondrinas in Santa Fe), and Wyoming’s South Pass Historic District.