The John M. Collier Award for Forest History Journalism
The Forest History Society annually confers the John M. Collier Award for Forest History Journalism. The award recognizes the author of the best article on forest and conservation history published in newspapers, trade press, or general circulation magazines. An independent panel of judges considers depth of research, quality of analysis, clarity of expression, and overall significance when evaluating submissions.
The winning article will receive a $1,000 prize along with an opportunity to visit the Forest Historic Society Library and Archives or arrange for the presentation of the award plaque at a mutually agreed upon meeting or convention.
An original printed piece (photocopies are acceptable) or an electronic version of the nominated article(s) from the previous year's (2014) publications must be submitted to the Forest History Society postmarked no later than April 15, 2015. Author, publisher, and date of article must be included. Electronic versions should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A hardcopy of printed matter may be sent to Andrea at 701 William Vickers Ave., Durham, NC 27701.
John M. Collier was a working journalist. After many years of newspaper work, Collier completed his journalistic career with the Southern Forest Products Association. He also served on the Forest History Society Board of Directors. Following his untimely death, his friends arranged for an endowment to underwrite the costs of this memorial.
The award is open to any newspaper or general circulation magazine; professional or freelance journalist in North America.
For more information: http://www.foresthistory.org/Fellowships/CollierAward.html
Posted: March 23, 2015
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