LU Student Awarded Forestry Bursary


THUNDER BAY – Tree Canada has awarded Bradley Doff the winner of the first Craig Huff Urban Forest Memorial Bursary. The announcement was made by David Barkley, the Manager of Forestry Services, City of Ottawa during the 9thCanadian Urban Forest Conference in Truro, NS.

Craig Huff was the Forester for the City of Ottawa, who died prematurely in March 2008. He was well known throughout Canada as an urban forest practitioner, a great supporter of the Canadian Urban Forest Conference and a long-time member of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). His family asked for Tree Canada to establish a legacy project in his name.

The bursary covers the expenses for a student to attend the biennial Canadian Urban Forest Conference in Canada.

“As a gifted student of urban forestry, Bradley merits the support of his colleagues in helping us better manage this important Forest Region,” explained Michael Rosen, Tree Canada President. “Bradley represents the next generation of urban forest leader.”

Bradley Doff is a Masters student at Lakehead University. He has worked as the Coordinator for the Tree Stewardship Program for Thunder Bay Parks Division and initiated the development of an Urban Forest Master Plan.

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