Volume 23, Number 2
Scott Brundage Receives Slusher Tree Farm Service Award
By Lynn Barnickol and Bob Ball|
Scott Brundage, forester and Tree Farm Owner was awarded the John P. Slusher Tree Farm Service Award this year during the Missouri Tree Farm 70th Anniversary Celebration Conference. This award is made in remembrance of John P. Slusher, a forester and long-time University of Missouri Forestry ExtensionSpecialist.
The award is presented to Tree Farm members and non-members who have performed distinguished service to the Tree Farm Program at the regional, state, or national level. The accomplishments shall be consistent with the goals and objectives of the Tree Farm Program. As an example of his many accomplishments, Scott, in 1984, was one of the founders of the Missouri Consulting Foresters Association serving as its first vice president and later president.
He continues to participate as the member with the longest service record.
Left to right: Rick Merritt, vice chair Missouri Tree Farm Committee, Scott Brundage, Scott's son Robert Brundage, and Hank Stelzer congratulate Scott Brundage at the Missouri Tree Farm 70th Anniversary Ceelebration Conference
Nominations for the Award may be made by any Tree Farm Committee members or individual Tree Farm members.
The Tree Farm Committee reviews nominations and selects a recipient. No monetary gifts may be made, but expenses may be paid for the recipient to attend the Tree Farm annual meeting or other appropriate place of presentation.