Though she recently came under scrutiny for the Rosewood newly amnesty, the Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and Sustainable Development, the Hon. Lisel Alamilla is being recognized internationally for her work in natural resource management. The Minister has been honored by the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources, as the recipient of its 2013 International Achievement Award. She was presented with the award at a banquet honoring outstanding CNR alumni and students in Moscow, Idaho, held today. Each year, the CNR Leadership Team awards an alumnus who has a career is some aspect of natural resources, whose career exemplifies a record of distinction and international service in natural resources, and who is recognized as having made a difference in natural resource management in their country. Minister Alamilla earned a Master’s Degree in Conservation Social Science from the U-Idaho College of Natural Resources in 1995.