Blair Moody, a forester with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's Medford District, received a Presidential Field Forester Award from the Society of American Foresters at its National Convention in Spokane.
He was one of nine SAF foresters to receive the award during the Oct. 25 gathering.
The award recognizes forestry professionals who have displayed uncommon talent and innovative methods in the art and science of forest management, according to Paul Kangas, chair of the SOF's Siskiyou chapter.
Moody received the award in recognition of his decades of forestry professionalism and excellence, Kangas said.
— Paul Fattig
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