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Left to right: Commissioner Chair Tom Donnelly; Jim Gano-/Directs Phantom Canyon Special Projects Crew; Commissioner Steve Johnson; Commissioner Lew Gaiter III
Left to right: Commissioner Chair Tom Donnelly; Jim Gano-/Directs Phantom Canyon Special Projects Crew; Commissioner Steve Johnson; Commissioner Lew Gaiter III
Left to right: Commissioner Lew Gaiter III; Jennifer Kovecses Coalition for Poudre River Watershed; Commissioner Chair Tom Donnelly; Commissioner Steve Johnson
Left to right: Commissioner Lew Gaiter III; Jennifer Kovecses Coalition for Poudre River Watershed; Commissioner Chair Tom Donnelly; Commissioner Steve Johnson
Left to Right: Commissioner Steve Johnson; Daylan Figgs/FC Environmental Planner; Kevin Gertig/FC Utilities Director; John Stokes/FC Director of Natural Areas; Commissioner Chair Tom Donnelly; Commissioner Lew Gaiter III
Left to Right: Commissioner Steve Johnson; Daylan Figgs/FC Environmental Planner; Kevin Gertig/FC Utilities Director; John Stokes/FC Director of Natural Areas; Commissioner Chair Tom Donnelly; Commissioner Lew Gaiter III

Environmental Stewardship Awards

Larimer County's annual Environmental Stewardship Awards recognize individuals and organizations that are good stewards of the environment.

What we recognize

The awards recognize the environmental stewardship activities of individuals, organizations, business, or public agencies that take place within Larimer County. The activities can be simple or complex. The criteria used to select those nominations that will receive an award include effectiveness, innovation and creativity, leadership, and sustainability. The nomination form will help guide you through those criteria.

Suggestions for possible nominations include: an individual that shows a commitment to environmental stewardship on their property or in the community, an educator who is dedicated to instilling an environmental ethic in their students, or a business that uses innovative practices to minimize impacts and enhance the environment. A list of the previous stewardship awards is available on the county website.

How the awards are selected

The county's Environmental and Science Advisory Board reviews each of the nominations and makes recommendations to the County Commissioners who make the final selection. The winners will be recognized by the Commissioners at a regularly televised meeting.

Questions

We can be reached by phone at (970) 498-5738, or by email if you have questions about the stewardship awards program.

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