French National School of Forestry
The French National School of Forestry (École nationale des eaux et forêts, or National School of Water Resources and Forestry), established in Nancy, France, in 1824, was the first national training institute for foresters in France, and a premier early school of forestry in Europe and globally.
In 1964, it was merged into the National School of Rural Engineering, Water Resources and Forestry (École nationale du génie rural, des eaux et des forêts, or ENGREF), which in turn became part of AgroParisTech (Institut des sciences et industries du vivant et de l’environnement, or Paris Institute of Technology for Life, Food and Environmental Sciences) in 2006.
- Georges Fabre
- James Sykes Gamble
- Augustine Henry
- David Hutchins
- Louis Lavauden
- Charles Lane Poole
- Gifford Pinchot
- Sir David Earnest Hutchins
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