Australia’s most prestigious forestry prize

Monday, 4th Mar 2013

Australia’s most prestigious forestry prize

Applications are now being taken for the 2013 Russell Grimwade Prize for the advancement of forestry science in Australia. The Prize provides $40K to meet all or part of the costs for postgraduate study in forest science at an appropriate tertiary education institute in Australia or overseas. The Prize is open to Australian citizens or residents who have a degree or diploma from an Australian forestry tertiary institution and have been employed for at least two years in a forestry or forest management related field. Applications must be received before Friday 5th April, 2013.  For application details see


Did you know?

Carbon stocks in Australia’s forests increased by 0.6%, to 21,949 million tonnes, during the period 2011–16.