Nominations are now open for city recognition of people working to preserve the integrity, and beauty of the City’s natural areas and for contributions that improve our environmental collective well-being.
Between now and Sept. 10, individuals, groups, businesses, industry representatives and youth who have contributed to the common cause of environmental stewardship can be nominated for the following categories:
- Air Quality / Alternative Transportation (is there an avid walker or cyclist near you?)
- Pesticide Free / Urban Agriculture (who’s working with nature and sharing their bounty?)
- Water / Energy Conservation (who’s saving our resources?)
- Habitat Protection / Creation (who’s rebuilding and restoring habitat?)
- Waste Reduction (who’s a role model when it comes to reducing waste?)
- Youth Special Recognition (who’s keeping the stewardship tradition alive and thriving?)
- Environmental Excellence (for outstanding achievement!)
“The City’s Stewardship Awards provide an opportunity to honour citizen dedication to conservation, and for ongoing work to improve the beauty and health of our local environment,” says Mayor Andy Adams.
If you know of citizens working in Campbell River to reduce their ecological footprint and to improve our common natural areas for the benefit of all, download the Stewardship Awards - 2021 Nomination Form, paper copies are also available at the main floor of City Hall or online at https://bit.ly/3mDe987.
For more information regarding stewardship recognition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 250-286-5711.
The ceremony will be held Sept. 26 on the banks of the Campbell River at historic Haig Brown House as part of their Fall Festival and River’s Day celebrations. The day will be filled with live music, nature and history-based programming, food and vendors.
Contact: Terri Martin, Environmental Specialist 250-286-5711