David Palmer was the manager of the York, Sunbury and Charlotte County Forest Products Marketing Board from 1988 to 2014. A regular contributor to Atlantic Forestry Review, Palmer holds an MSc in Forestry from the University of New Brunswick and is a past president of both the Conservation Council of New Brunswick and the Canadian Forestry Association of New Brunswick. A native of Miramichi and daughter of a horse-logging father, Tracy Glynn has been the forest campaigner at the Conservation Council of New Brunswick since 2006. Glynn also teaches at the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University, writes and coordinates editing for the NB Media Co-op, and works with land defenders across Turtle Island, Indonesia, the Philippines, Guatemala, Colombia, and beyond. Arielle DeMerchant is a biologist for the Department of Environment and Local Government in New Brunswick. She's also an avid nature photographer. Her work can be seen on her website www.adnaturephotography.com.
"My first thought on reading The Great Trees of New Brunswick was to jump in the car and go see the nominated species. Failing that, Palmer and Glynn's new book is the next best thing." - Gary L. Saunders - 20190201