Rob de Fégely receives prestigious medal
Friday 6 Sep 2019
The N.W. Jolly Medal is the Institute of Foresters of Australia’s highest and most prestigious honour for outstanding service to the profession of forestry. The Medal is named after Norman Jolly, a first-class cricketer and footballer. He was South Australia’s first Rhodes Scholar and became the first Australian to be trained as a forester studying at Balliol College, Oxford. Previous recent recipients of the award include Dr Christine Stone (2017) and Dr Hans Drielsma (2015).
Rob’s career in forestry started in Bombala NSW and spanned a very diverse range of roles within the public and private sector, both nationally and internationally, with significant strategic and leadership roles. He is one of Australia’s most respected and well-known forestry consultants, with a reputation for integrity, professionalism, measured analysis and vision for a sustainable forestry sector.
Mr de Fegely is also chairman of Sustainable Timber Tasmania and Co-Chair of the Commonwealth Governments Forest Industry Advisory Council. Photo: Rob de Fégely with Margules Groome Team Members
Source & Photo: Margules Groome
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