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Amy Gulick Wins Philip Hyde Grant For Tongass Photos


Amy Gulick won the 2008 Philip Hyde Grant for her work in Alaska's Tongass National Forest. The award was presented by the NANPA Foundation, an offshoot of the North American Nature Photography Association.

Gulick, of North Bend, Wash., is a photographer and writer specializing in conservation and natural history.

Her project will use photography to educate the public about why protecting the remaining intact watershed areas of the Tongass is critical for both wild and human communities.

The $5,000 peer-reviewed grant is awarded annually to an individual NANPA member who is actively pursuing completion of an environmental project.