Sponsored by the Forest History Society, the Award is to recognize outstanding interest and reporting in forest and conservation history. The Award is a fellowship to an Institutes for Journalism in Natural Resources (IJNR) expedition (value approximately $4,000) and an expenses paid visit to the Forest History Society Library and Archives in Durham, NC. Open to any newspaper or general circulation magazine professional or freelance journalist in North America. All newspaper and magazine journalists who are selected to receive IJNR fellowships are considered candidates for the John M. Collier Award. They are evaluated by their interest and demonstrated professional effort to report on forest and conservation history. Applications for IJNR expeditions are received throughout the year but individual expeditions have deadlines. Visit the IJNR web site for application procedures and upcoming expeditions.
For more information, please contact:
Frank Allen, executive director
P.O. Box 1996
Missoula, MT 59806