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Posted 07 December 2005 - 04:04 AM

U.S. Community Forestry Research Fellowships Available

The U.S. Community Forestry Research Fellowship Program provides fellowships to graduate students to support their field work in communities in the United States. The awards are up to $15,000 for dissertation fellows, up to $7,000 for masters fellows, and $2,000 for predissertation fellows.

The program accepts proposals dealing with the broad array of issues and resources in community forestry, including, but not limited to, collaborative processes and conflict resolution, social networks, political ecology of forest communities, urban forestry issues, watershed restoration, park creation and management, forest labor issues, nontimber forest product production (floral greens, basket-making materials, wild mushrooms, maple syrup, etc.), and revitalization of local lifeways and cultures. Questions concerning issues of social justice and equity are especially welcome.

Eligibility: Students at any institution of higher learning may apply for a fellowship. The applicant must be enrolled in a degree-granting program in the social sciences, economics, environmental science, forestry, agriculture, or natural resource management, policy and planning at their home institution. Applicants must be engaged in research that deals directly with or is explicitly relevant to U.S. forest communities. Field work must be participatory; Fellows must work actively with members of the community in which they are conducting research to engage them in the research process.

Deadline: Applications must be received by February 1, 2006.

For more details about the program and information on how to apply visit the website at http://www.cnr.berke...unity_forestry/ or contact: Carl Wilmsen, CFRF Program Coordinator College of Natural Resources ,101 Giannini Hall #3100,University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720-3100
Tel: (510) 642-3431; Email: cffellow@nature.berkeley.edu




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