American Forests Awards for 1994
AMERICAN FORESTS has for many years recognized individuals who have distinguished themselves for local, national, and international accomplishments in fields of forestry and related natural-resource disciplines. The prestigious awards include the John Aston Warder Medal, the Distinguished Service Award, the William B. Greeley Award, the Bernhard Eduard Fernow Award (given every other year), and the President's Award. In recent years, the Jean Giono (not presented this year) and Geo awards have been added. In addition, AMERICAN FORESTS and the National Urban Forest Council annually present three medals: to a researcher, a practitioner, and a citizen activist.
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Publication information: Article title: American Forests Awards for 1994. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: American Forests. Volume: 101. Issue: 1-2 Publication date: January 1995. Page number: 49. © 1999 American Forests. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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