2016 Award Recipients

 

Young Conservationist Award

Manasi Goyal
Recognizing dedication to increase environmental awareness and inspire action among youth in the Region of Peel

Emily Duncan
Recognizing leadership to educate peers about local environmental issues and improve the health of the Credit River watershed

Andrew Chow
Recognizing commitment to participate in stewardship projects that protect the environment and benefit the local community

Amisha Yadav
Recognizing volunteer efforts to improve the health of the Credit River watershed and mentor peers about local environmental issues

Aaron D’Curz
Recognizing volunteer efforts that contribute to a healthier watershed and raise environmental awareness among youth

Conservation Award of Excellence

Mark Whitcombe
Recognizing a lifetime of environmental activism, education and stewardship

Rotary Club of Orangeville
Recognizing more than 25 years of dedication to organise ‘Let’s Make Orangeville Shine’, environmental stewardship, and generous support of the Vicki Barron Lakeside Trail at Island Lake Conservation Area

Conservation Award of Distinction 

Bernie and Joanneke Kottelenberg
Recognizing long-term commitment to implement agricultural best management practices to protect the health of the Credit River watershed

Orangeville Lions Club
Recognizing significant support and long-term volunteer stewardship of the Vicki Barron Lakeside Trail at Island Lake Conservation Area

Deloitte
Recognizing long-term participation in volunteer tree planting events that improve the health of the Credit River watershed

Certificate of Merit 

Barbara and Andrew Harrison
Recognizing commitment to carry out sustainable agricultural practices and preserve the ecological features of their property

Canon Canada
Recognizing corporate leadership and employee engagement in projects that improve natural areas and increase environmental awareness

Duncan Glaholt & Wendy Walgate
Recognizing positive change in land management practices that enhance the ecological features of their property

David and Susan Aiken
Recognizing advocacy to increase biodiversity in urban landscapes and implement environmentally-friendly landscape practices

Herb Campbell Public School
Recognizing ongoing commitment to environmental awareness, innovative school yard greening, and engaging students in environmental projects

Peter and Frances Chiddy
Recognizing commitment to carry out sustainable agricultural practices and preserve the ecological features of their property

Brueckner Rhododendron Garden Stewardship Committee
Recognizing long-standing stewardship of Rhododendron Gardens, increasing environmental awareness in the community and promoting the importance of nature

Landscape Ontario, Region of Peel and York Region
Recognizing collaboration and innovation to improve water conservation and promote water efficient irrigation practices

Region of Peel, Public Works and Transportation
Recognizing innovation and regional leadership by implementing LID infrastructure to improve water quality and mitigate soil erosion

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA)
Recognizing leadership and collaboration across jurisdictional boundaries to improve water quality, and promote sustainable parking lot and salt management practices

Willow Park Ecology Centre (WPEC)
Recognizing community engagement and leadership of the Hungry Hollow Collaborative to improve the natural health of Hungry Hollow

 

 

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