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January 04, 2006

Forestry Extension group receives national recognition

The Forestry Extension and Outreach Program at North Carolina State University was awarded the 2005 Family Farm Education Award from the National Association of University Forest Resources Programs and the National Woodland Owners Association. The prestigious award is given to one university program each year.

"I received many compliments from forestry deans, directors and department heads about the quality of the people and programs at N.C. State," said Barry Goldfarb, professor and head of the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources.

Members of the Forestry Extension and Outreach Program include: Rick Hamilton, Robert Bardon, Chris Deperno, John Frampton, Jim Gregory, Dennis Hazel, Mark Megalos, Susan Moore, Chris Moorman, Anne Napier, Jeff Owen, Jean Pittman, Jill Sidebottom, Renee Strnad and Becky Townsend.

Posted by Natalie at January 4, 2006 09:00 AM