Photo courtesy of Jeff Farbaniec.
Gannett Peak, the highest peak in Wyoming, was named in honor of Henry Gannett, the father of Gannett Fleming founder Farley Gannett. A noted geographer, Henry was one of the founders of the National Geographic Society. Mt. Gannett in the Chugach Mountains east of Anchorage, Alaska, is named after the explorer as well. We pay tribute to other places of natural beauty by showcasing images of U.S. national parks throughout this report. The scenic landscapes remind us of the importance of preserving resources and sustaining our world for future generations.