Nominations are now being accepted for the new DSC Conservation Trailblazer Award. The Trailblazer Award celebrates the immense contribution of wildlife professionals to the field of game and non-game wildlife conservation, including wildlife and habitat management, applied research and policy.
The recipient will be presented the award plus a $10,000 contribution toward his or her work in wildlife conservation at a banquet during the annual DSC Convention.
Nominees must be full-time state, federal, tribal, provincial, government, academic institution or NGO natural resource professionals. The award may be presented to recognize the lifetime career achievements of a distinguished wildlife professional or a specific project with a significant conservation impact.
Any interested conservationists may submit a nomination for this award. Candidates will remain eligible for two years unless re-nominated.
The submission should contain:
- A detailed nomination statement with the nominee’s scope of work and impact in the field of wildlife conservation
- At least one additional supporting letter from a nominee’s peer or someone with direct knowledge of the nominee’s work
- The nominee’s resume or curriculum vitae
Nomination materials must be submitted by September 1 each year.
The award will not be given posthumously and can only be won once.
Send nominations and inquiries to Karrie Meadows, DSC award coordinator, at email@example.com.
A member of IUCN, DSC is a mission-focused conservation organization, funded by hunters from around the world. DSC has a global conservation footprint and grants funds for conservation, education and advocacy. In the past year alone, $2.5 million was channeled to qualified projects, organizations and programs in support of that mission. Get involved with DSC at www.biggame.org.
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