Gordon L. Moon
is a farmer and cattle rancher from Duchesne, Utah. The family ranch operates on private, BLM, SITLA and forest service range lands in Wasatch, Duchesne, and Uintah counties. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Masters degree in Accounting with an emphasis in Tax, and then worked as a CPA for a national accounting firm for five years in Los Angeles before returning to the family ranching operation. With the recent spike in oil and gas activity in the Uintah Basin, he has become very involved in mineral leasing and surface issues. He manages the activities of the family estate mineral interests in consultation with four other managers and has served as the Vice President of the Utah Mineral Owners Association. He also serves as the President of the Duchesne County School Board and has been a board of director for Duchesne County Farm Bureau, Rhoades Canal Company, Utah North East Region Grazing Improvement Board and Hanna Water and Sewer District. Mr. Moon represents private land owner and mineral/royalty interests on the Board.