Award Recipients

Edith Chase Conservation Award

The Edith Chase Conservation Award is given to “a living individual in recognition of his/her/their meritorious contribution to resource use, allocation, and protection, especially the natural environment. It honors creative work of particular effectiveness in applying scientific knowledge, promoting awareness, or other innovative work to the conservation of energy, habitat, water, wetlands or wildlife. Individuals nominated for the award have made significant and well-recognized contributions to conservation, either in a volunteer role or above and beyond the responsibilities of their professional role.”

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2022. James Bowling
2021.   Doria Daniels   (View the award video and learn about the garden project in Kent’s Historic South End.)
2020.  Catherine Ricks
2019.  Lynn Vogel
2018.  Christine Craycroft
2017.  Rev. Harold Walker
2016.  Mary Greer
2014.  Bob Brown
2013.  Edith Chase
 

 

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