[env-trinity] Redding BLM and TCRCD receive national award forconservation

Patrick Truman truman at jeffnet.org
Wed May 6 18:03:35 PDT 2009


Colleen O'Sullivan, TCRCD board chairwomen is also in DC along with a representative of the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD).

Patrick Truman, TCRCD board member since 1984, also represents CA on the NACD board of directors.

Thanks Brandt
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Brandt Gutermuth 
  To: env-trinity 
  Sent: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 12:24 PM
  Subject: [env-trinity] Redding BLM and TCRCD receive national award forconservation


  ALL -  

  A big thanks to the Trinity County Resource Conservation District and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for all their good work on the Trinity River AND in the Community Forest in Weaverville.  The TCRCD's Manager, Pat Frost, will be in Washington DC with BLM Redding folks (Steve Anderson and Walter Herzog) receiving a partners in conservation award from the Secretary of Interior tomorrow.   Way to go!

  I bet that Pat will even be wearing a tie!

  Brandt






  Memorandum

  To:             All DOI Employees

  From:           Pamela K. Haze 
                  Acting Assistant Secretary - Policy, Management and Budget

  Subject:        Partners in Conservation Awards Ceremony, May 7, 10:00 a.m., MIB Auditorium

  I am pleased to announce that Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar will 
  present the Partners in Conservation Awards at 10 a.m., May 7, 2009, in 
  the Sidney R. Yates Auditorium at the Main Interior Building.  These 
  awards recognize conservation achievements through partnerships involving 
  a diverse range of entities.  This year, 26 awards will be presented to 
  more than 600 groups and individuals.  Award recipients include:

  ·       Giacomini Wetlands Restoration (California) Nominated by the 
  National Park Service
  ·       Making Friends? Guidebook (NPS Midwest Region) Nominated by the 
  National Park Service
  ·       Potomac River Gorge Partnership (Maryland and Virginia) Nominated 
  by the National Park Service
  ·       Three Mountain Alliance Watershed Partnership (Hawaii) Nominated 
  by the National Park Service
  ·       Operation Migration (United States and Canada) Nominated by the 
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  ·       Rappahannock Land Protection Partnership (Virginia) Nominated by 
  the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  ·       Rat Island Restoration (Alaska) Nominated by the U.S. Fish and 
  Wildlife Service
  ·       Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Partnership (Alaska) Nominated by 
  the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  ·       Apache Trout Habitat Restoration (Arizona) Nominated by the Bureau 
  of Indian Affairs
  ·       Casting Light Upon the Waters (Wisconsin) Nominated by the Bureau 
  of Indian Affairs
  ·       Sheldon Sankey (Oklahoma) Nominated by the Bureau of Indian 
  Affairs
  ·       Bayhorse Mining District Cooperative Conservation Partnership 
  (Idaho) Nominated by the Bureau of Land Management
  ·       Glenn Harkleroad (Oregon) Nominated by the Bureau of Land 
  Management
  ·       Milford Flat Fire Restoration Project (Utah) Nominated by the 
  Bureau of Land Management

  ·       Weaverville Community Forest (California) Nominated by the Bureau 
  of Land Management


  ·       West Eugene Wetlands Partnership (Oregon) Nominated by the Bureau 
  of Land Management
  ·       Battle of the Atlantic Expedition (North Carolina coast) Nominated 
  by the Minerals Management Service
  ·       Flower Garden Banks Long-Term Monitoring (Texas and Louisiana 
  coast) Nominated by the Minerals Management Service
  ·       West Virginia Watershed Network (West Virginia) Nominated by the 
  Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement
  ·       Colorado River Interim Guidelines (multi-state) Nominated by the 
  Bureau of Reclamation
  ·       John W. Keys III Partnership Program (Bureau of Reclamation 
  Pacific NW Region) Nominated by the Bureau of Reclamation
  ·       Missouri River Bank Stabilization (South Dakota) Nominated by the 
  Bureau of Reclamation
  ·       Outdoor Recreation Business Plan Guidebook Team (Utah) Nominated 
  by the Bureau of Reclamation
  ·       Protection of Aquifer Resources in Oklahoma (Oklahoma) Nominated 
  by the Bureau of Reclamation 
  ·       Advanced Invasive Species Modeling Room (Colorado) Nominated by 
  the U.S. Geological Survey
  ·       Coast Salish (Washington) Nominated by the U.S. Geological Survey

  Please join the Secretary in congratulating these outstanding 
  partnerships.  For more information, please contact Olivia Barton 
  Ferriter, Director, Office of Conservation, Partnerships and Management 
  Policy, at Olivia_Ferriter at ios.doi.gov, or 202-208-7966.

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