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IYOF Photojournalist Captures Importance of Trees and Forests to People
Oct 30 2011
Forest Business Network
Source - International Year of Forests
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Two of the foremost non-profits in the US that promote sustainable forestry practices co-sponsored a ten-week photography fellowship, which concluded this month.
The National Association of State Foresters (NASF) and the National Network of Forestry Practitioners (NNFP) created, coordinated and sponsored the fellowship to articulate, through images, the importance of trees and forests to people. The same message is simultaneously being echoed by other US organizations and worldwide as part of the 2011 International Year of Forests (IYOF), which was established by the United Nations.