Conservation Achievement Award

The Conservation Achievement Award was first presented in 1991.  This award is given to a federal, state, or tribal natural resource agency for the entity’s conservation projects.

Past Award Winners

2015-2016
Grant County Public Utility District
2011-2012
North Pacific Fishery Management Council
2010-2011
Cherry Creek Working Group, Montana;
Grunion Greeter’s Project (CA/NV)
2009-2010
Unknown
2008-2009
Devil’s Hole Pupfish Incident Command Team and Associates
2007-2008
Whirling Disease Foundation (Dave Kumlein)
2005-2006
Pacific Rivers Council Special Recognition, Richard Vincent Chapter of the Year, Oregon Riparian Challenge, BLM Redding Field Office, USFS McKenzie River Partnership, Pima County Board
2003-2004
2002-2003
Chelan County PUD and Ted Turner and the Turner Foundation
2001-2002
National Marine Fisheries Service (Bob Lohn) and the Northwest Power Planning Council (Larry Cassidy)
2000-2001
1999-2000
1998-1999
1997-1998
1996-1997
1995-1996
Klamath Tribes, Natural Resources Department
1994-1995
1993-1994
1992-1993
Hal Thomas, California Department of Fish and Game
1991-1992
1990-1991
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes; Oregon Trout; Salish Kootenia Tribes