Make that person the next Eleanor Stopps Environmental Leadership Award winner!
|Last year's winner Jude Rubin dressed|
as the Plastic Bag Monster
at our annual Stewardship Breakfast
Today, Protection Island is a critical habitat link in the preservation of the whole Salish Sea region, providing breeding habitat for Pigeon Guillemots and Rhinoceros Auklets, Bald Eagles and Peregrine Falcons, Harbor Seals and Elephant Seals, and a myriad of other species.
The Eleanor Stopps Environmental Leadership Award is given annually to a citizen of the North Olympic Peninsula (Jefferson and Clallam counties) who, like Eleanor Stopps, has created a legacy of conservation.
Please take a moment to recognize your environmental hero by nominating them for the Environmental Leadership Award.
The winner of the award will join the visionaries and risk-takers before them with their name engraved on the Eleanor Stopps plaque as well as an official presentation of the award at the Marine Science Center's annual Stewardship Breakfast.
Everyone nominated for the award will receive public recognition on our blog, Octopress online, and in a press release to regional media.
Email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations must be received by August 23, 2016.
Honor your hero today ...