Queen's Award for Forestry

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The Queen's Award for Forestry is awarded by Queen Elizabeth II to recognise outstanding contributions to forestry by a Commonwealth citizen nominated by the Commonwealth Forestry Association. The award recognises achievements and supports future work of an outstanding mid-career forester who combines exceptional contributions with an innovative approach to their work.

Recipients of the award include: John Turnbull (1988); SN Rai (1991); Yemi Katerere (1993); Thang Hooi Chiew (1996); Jerome Vanclay (1997); VK Bahuguna (2000); Stephen Bass (2001); Ravi Prabhu (2005); and Shashi Kant (2008).

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