Dr. Steven Anderson is currently President and CEO of the Forest History Society in Durham, North Carolina, USA where he is administrator of the journal Environmental History, the magazine Forest History Today, and the Society’s overall publication program. Prior to coming to the Society in 1997, he was Professor of Forestry at Oklahoma State University and Program Leader for Extension Forestry, Wildlife, and Aquaculture. He also has worked in technical forestry positions with Native Indian tribes in Alaska and as Manager of Field Trial Programs for the North Carolina State Forest Fertilization Cooperative worked with industry foresters throughout the southern United States on silvicultural research. He earned a B.S. in Forest Management from Rutgers University in 1977, a Master’s in Forest Soils from the University of Washington in 1979, and a Ph.D. in Forest Economics from North Carolina State University in 1987. He is author or editor of over 100 books and articles on forestry and conservation. He is a Certified Forester and a Certified Association Executive.