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Michael Forsberg Commended By The Nebraska State Legislature
Opening spread of Michael Forsberg’s article “Wildlife of the Great Plains” featured in the April 2016 issue of Outdoor Photographer. Photo by Michael Forsberg.
Conservation photographer and OP contributor Michael Forsberg was formally commended today by the Nebraska State Legislature for his wildlife photography, and specifically for his article “Wildlife of the Great Plains” featured in our April 2016 issue.
Legislative Resolution 627, introduced last week by Senator Galen Hadley, and adopted this morning by the legislature, also recognizes Joel Sartore for his Photo Ark project with the National Geographic Society.
“The Legislature applauds and commends both of these supremely talented individuals and encourages both to continue to dedicate their efforts to documenting and conserving our natural resources.”
Read the full text of LR627 (PDF) at the Nebraska Legislature website.
We couldn’t be happier to congratulate Forsberg and Sartore!