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Nominations Sought for NH Fish and Game Commission Awards

Contact:
Tanya Haskell: (603) 271-3511
Jane Vachon: (603) 271-3211

October 5, 2017

CONCORD, N.H. -- Do you know an organization or person who has made a difference for New Hampshire's wildlife, fisheries, or open land? Why not honor them with a nomination for a New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission Award of Excellence! Nominations are due by December 31.

 

Each year, the Commission recognizes deserving individuals and organizations for outstanding achievements that help further the Fish and Game Department’s mission. There are several different categories in which awards may be made, so select the one that best fits your honoree.

 

TO NOMINATE a person or organization for one of these awards, download the nomination form at www.wildnh.com/about/documents/awards-of-excellence.pdf. Forms are also available at Fish and Game offices, or you can call (603) 271-3511 to request one by mail.

 

Send your nomination package, postmarked no later than December 31, to: Commission Awards Program, N.H. Fish and Game Department, c/o Tanya Haskell, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301. Electronic submissions are not accepted. Posthumous nominations are allowed.

 

See a list of award categories, and who has won them in the past, at www.wildnh.com/about/commission-awards.html.

 

The seven award categories are:

 

1. Ellis R. Hatch Jr. Commission Award of Excellence: Recognizes an individual, group, organization, club, foundation, or agency that has excelled in efforts to promote, enhance, or benefit fish, wildlife, or marine resources or the Department’s mission.

 

2. Youth Conservationist: Awards an individual, 18 years of age or younger, who has excelled in efforts to benefit fish, wildlife, or marine resources or the Department’s mission.

 

3. Communication: Honors an outdoor communicator, writer, or media source (radio, television, magazine, newsletter, or periodical) who has written or published articles or materials beneficial to public understanding about fish, wildlife, or marine resources as they relate to the Department’s mission. Judged on fairness, accuracy, timeliness, balance, and quality of reporting.

 

4. Conservation Organization: Recognizes any organization, group, foundation or agency that has excelled in efforts to enhance the welfare of fish, wildlife, and marine resources, and supporting achievement of the Department’s mission. Recipients will be judged on their efforts to promote the wise use of natural resources for their recreational or economic value.

 

5. Volunteer: Honors an individual who, as a volunteer with the Department, has excelled in efforts to support and achieve Fish and Game’s mission.

 

6. Habitat Stewardship: Recognizes an organization, non-governmental entity, individual, or corporation that has excelled in the enhancement, conservation, or creation of land management practices beneficial to New Hampshire’s fish, wildlife, and marine resources and the Department’s mission.

 

7. Landowner Appreciation: Salutes a person who has excelled in preserving or enhancing opportunities for public use on private property, furthering Fish and Game’s mission.

 

To see examples of those honored in past years, and to learn more about the Commission Awards, visit www.wildnh.com/about/commission-awards.html.

 

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is the guardian of the state’s fish, wildlife, and marine resources, and their habitats. Visit www.wildnh.com.

 


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