AMC Awards Andy Falender Prize

by Cooper on March 4, 2013

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ACCORDING TO THE CONWAY DAILY SUN, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH KENNETH KIMBALL HAS BE HONORED WITH THE ANDY FALENDER PRIZE. THE AWARD IS FOR THOSE WHO DEMONSTRATE “OUTSTANDING AND SUSTAINED LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION, CONTRIBUTION, AND COMMITMENT TO THE AMC’S ANNUAL OBJECTIVES AND LONG-TERM GOALS.” ONLY ONE EMPLOYEE OF THE AMC MAY RECEIVE IT PER YEAR.

KIMBAL, A RESIDENT OF JACKSON, WAS RECOGNIZED FOR HIS WORK IN NEGOTIATING STTLEMENT AGREEMENTS IN FEDERAL DAM RELICENSING PROCESSES THAT LED TO ENHANCEMENT OF RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND LAND CONSERVATION. HE WAS ALSO RECOGNIZED FOR HIS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON CLIMIT CHANGE, SPECIES PRESERVATION AND ALPINE ECOLOGY.

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