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2006 Wisconsin Distinguished Document Award

Each year, the Wisconsin Library Association Government Information Round Table presents the Wisconsin Distinguished Document Award. It is presented each spring to a Wisconsin state or local government document published during the preceding year that, among other criteria, contributes significantly to the expansion of knowledge; provides inspiration and pleasure to an identifiable readership; contributes to public understanding of government agencies; and is distinguished by the clarity of its presentation, its typography and design, and its overall appeal.

This year it was a tie:

Honorable mentions:

  • The Forest Where We Live: Growing a Legacy. Produced by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; written by Natasha Kassulke. [Madison, Wis.?]: Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, 2006. 24 p.
    WiDocs number: FOR.6/2:U 72/2/2006
    Also in the August/September 2006 issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources, WiDocs number NAT.4:1977-

  • Building Safer Communities. Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance, [2006]. 20 p.
    WiDocs number: CRI 2.6/2:C 66/2006

  • Wisconsin Ethics Board website. [Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Ethics Board.]