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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

DNR employee wins national tree farming award

Indiana DNR Release:

Don Stump of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry has received the National Field Leadership Award from the American Tree Farm System (ATFS). The award is given annually to a professional forester who has provided exemplary service to private woodland owners.
Stump, who lives in Scottsburg, serves the DNR as a District Forester. He also serves as the state administrator for the Indiana Tree Farm Program, and is chair of Forestry District 3, which includes Floyd, Clark, Jefferson and Scott counties.

The ATFS is the world's oldest sustainable forestry and certification program. For more information about the American Tree Farm System, see

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