Ames Forester


In the spring of 1989, a group of forestry faculty members and international graduate students were discussing opportunities to visit tropical countries where they could see tropical forestry and agroforestry activities, and explore opportunities to do research. As a result, the Forestry Department had a seminar during the Fall, 1989 semester on forestry in tropical countries, with an emphasis on Central America. Then on January 3, 1990, nine of us, Gary Bahr, Joe Colletti, William Edwards, Rob Hilken, Jim Rosacker, Dick Schultz, Cyndi Snyder, Jan Thompson, and myself, flew to Cancun, Mexico.



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