Russell Grimwade Prize worth $40,000
The Russell Grimwade Prize encourages the advancement of forest science in Australia and will be awarded to an Australian citizen or resident looking to undertake postgraduate studies in this area. The total prize value is $40,000 and can be used to meet all or part of the costs for postgraduate studies at an appropriate tertiary education institution in Australia or overseas.
The successful recipient will 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.
Application for the Russell Grimwade Prizes are now closed.
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