NEWRY – The Maine Forest Products Council (MFPC) awarded Gordon Gamble of Roxbury, a retired board member, with the organization’s Albert D. Nutting Award at the organization’s annual meeting on Monday, September 19.
The award, presented by MFPC Board Member Eric Kingsley, recognized Gamble for his dedication to sustainable forestry and conservation, his demonstrated leadership in several forest industry organizations in both Maine and New Hampshire, and for his strong advocacy for the forest products industry.
“It was a great pleasure to present my friend Gordon Gamble with the Albert D. Nutting Award on behalf of the Maine Forest Products Council,” said Eric Kingsley. “In addition to being a skilled land manager, Gordon has served on countless boards and commissions to benefit the forest products industry. He has been a tireless advocate and leader, and a friend to our industry.”
“Gordon’s professional efforts have significantly contributed to the sustainable management of Maine’s forest resource,” said Patrick Strauch, Executive Director of the Maine Forest Products Council.
About the Maine Forest Products Council: Since 1961, the Maine Forest Products Council has been the voice of Maine’s forest economy. The MFPC represents the diverse needs of Maine’s forest products community. Our members are landowners, loggers, truckers, paper mills, tree farmers, foresters and lumber processors, but they are also bankers, lawyers and insurance executives. Maine Forest Products Council represent anyone who has an interest in seeing the Maine woods remain a viable, sustainable resource. For more information, visit maineforest.org.