- Who We Are
- Support Carolinian Canada
- News and Events
Carolinian Canada Conservation Awards
Nominate a Conservation Hero!
Do you know people who have inspired a community?
Do you know a landowner who has undertaken significant stewardship?
Do you know a business that has gone out of its way to do "the right thing"?
Do you know a naturalist who has dedicated their life to conservation?
Do you know a decision-maker who has taken a stand?
Do you know…?
Carolinian Canada Conservation Awards recognize outstanding contributions of people who protect Carolinian Canada's unique nature.
Individuals who have excelled in stewardship efforts for natural habitat
Groups who champion the conservation of Carolinian habitats and species at risk
Youth who have demonstrated leadership in natural environment protection
Help us to reward their efforts.
You can nominate an individual or group (including categories for youth and lifetime achievement) for actions that are innovative, effective, caring, or daring in helping to protect the unique natural spaces and species of Carolinian Canada.
Your caring person may, for example, have produced an inspiring publication, held an awesome event, created exceptional outreach tools, wrote an astounding piece of conservation journalism, saved significant lands, restored critical habitat, helped neighbors in conservation stewardship, developed key policy, protected important water sources, rallied for natural areas, or saved a species at risk.
An individual nominee may be a dedicated landowner, stakeholder, professional or volunteer who has acted above and beyond expectations.
A Group Nominee may be non-profit, a government agency, business, industry, media or partnership that has integrated conservation into new areas or made great strides for nature.
A Youth Nominee may be a young person, youth group or youth program that is active in protecting Carolinian Canada's unique nature.
A Lifetime Achievement Nominee may be an individual or group that has shown exceptional commitment over many years to advance conservation success in Carolinian Canada.
2015 Award Recipients
- Al Driedger
- Grant and Mary-Ann Harvey
- Danika Bax
- Planting Seeds of Hope - Jackie Ryan
- Essex Region Conservation Authority
- Delaware Nation - Weelateéxung “The Good Path” Nature Trail
- Lambton Shores Nature Trails
- Woodland Garden - Garden Club of London
- Rob and Eleanor Ward
2015 Carolinian Canada Award Recipients
Click on the award year for more information about each award winner.
|Award Recipients 2015
||Award Recipients 2014
||Award Recipients 2013
||Award Recipients 2012
|Award Recipients 2011
||Award Recipients 2010
||Award Recipients 2009
||Award Recipients 2007
|Award Recipients 2006
||Award Recipients 2005
||Award Recipients 2004
||Award Recipients 2002
|Award Recipients 2001
||Award Recipients 2000
||Award Recipients 1999