State land and water association honors Tom Rudolph
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
At a recent Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association meeting, Dr. Tom Rudolph was recognized for his many decades of service to conservation in Wisconsin.
Rudolph, who served 20 years on the Oneida County Board of Supervisors, earned his Doctorate in forestry and plant genetics at the University of Minnesota, held local, state and national conservation positions and served the conservation and forestry field for over 40 years.
In 2007, Rudolph was awarded Wisconsin Supervisor of the Year by the Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association. Additionally, the pavilion at Oneida County’s Almon Park was dedicated him.
Pictured with Rudolph, left, is WLWCA Executive Director Jim VandenBrook.