Robert L. Borovicka Conservation Achievement Award

Robert L. Borovicka was a member of the American Fisheries Society from 1946 until his death in 1982.  The Robert L. Borovicka Conservation Achievement Award is given to an individual who has significantly contributed to fishery conservation within the Division.  The individual does not need to be a member of AFS.  This award was first presented in 1983.

Past Award Winners

2010-2011
Eileen Ryce (MT)
2009-2010
Krissy Wilson
2008-2009
 
2007-2008
Charles W. Huntington
2006-2007
 
2005-2006
 
2004-2005
 
2003-2004
 
2002-2003
R. Hon. Jean Chretien
2001-2002
Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber
2000-2001
The Honorable David Anderson
1999-2000
Kathy Buchner; Bill and Carol Alexander
1998-1999
Roaring Springs Ranch, Catlow Valley, OR
1997-1998
 
1996-1997
Corky Broaddus, Greg Pratschner and Staff of the Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery
1995-1996
Lower Umpqua Flycasters
1994-1995
 
1993-1994
Hal Harper, Montana State Legislator
1992-1993
Eldon Vestal, Napa, California; Fred Holm, BPA
1991-1992
Cecil Andrus, Governor of the State of Idaho; Orville Daniels
1990-1991
Don Sampson, Umatilla Reservation; Ron Stellingwerf, Sheridan Ranger District
1989-1990
 
1988-1989
Wild Olympic Salmon
1987-1988
Northwest Power Planning Council
1986-1987
Stream Habitat Improvement and Conservation Personnel of Wyoming Game and Fish Department
1985-1986
Adam Michnevich and Norm Larum
1984-1985
Awarded jointly to the U.S. Forest Service Uinta National Forest, Utah; U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Utah Projects Office; Utah Division of Wildlife Resources; Stonefly Society of the Wasatch-Trout Unlimited/FFF, Utah; and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, Ecological Services, Salt Lake City Office
1983-1984
Desert Fishes Council and The Nature Conservancy
1982-1983
Allan L. Kelly