Governor appoints former KF woman to state travel council
Herald and News
Klamath Falls, Oregon
October 19, 2003
Christina Lilienthal, a former Klamath Falls resident, has been appointed by Gov. Ted Kulongoski to the Oregon Travel Information Council.
The Oregon Travel Information Council is an self-funded agency administering the State Highway Logo and Tourist Attraction Sign programs, the Historical Marker and Heritage Tree programs and Travel Information Centers in 15 rest areas.
Lilienthal led efforts to create the 140-mile Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway through Klamath County, which won an All-American Road designation. She is currently leading a campaign to extend the volcanic legacy byway from Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, to Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California. She also served on the Klamath Falls Chamber of Commerce tourism and recreation committee.
Lilienthal worked as a landscape architect with the Winema and Fremont national forests before taking her current position with the Umpqua National Forest in Roseburg.