Nominations Open for the 2011 ACF Conservation Achievement Awards

What do an Athabascan artist, a non-hunter appointed to the Alaska Board of Game, the teenage creator of a statewide energy campaign, and a National Geographic photographer have in common? A passion for Alaska — and a Conservation Achievement Award!

If you know someone, like these past winners, who works tirelessly to protect Alaska’s magnificence, don’t miss this opportunity to ensure that his/her contributions are recognized. Nominate them for an Alaska Conservation Foundation Conservation Achievement Award today!  

Each year through its Conservation Achievement Awards, ACF selects and honors individuals and organizations that have gone above and beyond the call of duty in helping to preserve Alaska. Awards are made in a range of categories: Outstanding Professional Contributions; Outstanding Volunteer Contributions; Young Environmental Activists; Outstanding Achievements by a Conservation Organization; Excellence in Environmental Education; Excellence in Still Photography, Film or Video; and Outstanding Achievements by an Alaska Native Organization or Individual.

It’s easy to make a nomination. Simply download the form at: and tell us about your candidate. Candidates from across Alaska and out-of-state will be considered. Don’t delay, nominations are due to ACF by March 31st!