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Two Chiefs' Partnership Award

The Forestry and Natural Resources Webinar Portal (, a southern regional, multi-agency product providing education to landowners and natural resource professionals across the nation, is awarded the 2011 Two Chiefs' Partnership Award!


The 2011 Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference will be held at the Imperial Palace Resort & Spa, Biloxi, MS on June 13-16, 2011.


P. K. Nair, a distinguished professor at the University of Florida's School of Forest Resources and Conservation, will receive the Society of American Foresters' Barrington Moore Memorial Award.


WASHINGTON, May 23, 2006-Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns today awarded more than $790,000 in federal cost-share grants to 12 organizations for use with urban and community forestry projects nationwide.


Funding is intended to stimulate projects that will utilize advanced communications technologies (e.g. web pages, videoconferencing, video streaming, chat rooms, etc) to share information and solutions on topics of concern to national forests and their neighboring communities. Of particular interest are projects which link geographically disparate national forest communities in the 32 state eastern hardwood region (for example, linking a community in Wisconsin that has a natural resource problem with a community in Georgia that has a solution).


January 31, 2007. Washington, D.C. The Administration's Farm Bill proposal can be found at the following web site: . The conservation programs are listed in Title II, Research is Title VII, Forestry Title VIII

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