Aquarion looks to recognize environmental champions
Aquarion is seeking nominations for individuals, non-profit organizations and companies that are environmental champions.
Awards will be given to volunteer projects that
A new category was added this year for outstanding environmental communications where a person or organization uses traditional or digital media to help protect, report or create awareness about natural resources. A $2,500 grant will be awarded to an environmental non-profit of the winner’s choice.
Other categories include adult, small and large business, non-profit and high school student.
Awards will be given to volunteer projects that significantly contribute to the improvement of environmental quality through the protection, conservation, restoration, communication and/or stewardship of natural resources, such as air, water, soils, plant and wildlife communities.
Projects should demonstrate a high achievement level and create sustainable or reproducible results
Any nominated program must have been in place for at least one year prior to submission, with the exception of a student nomination, which may have been proposed as a school project within the previous 90 days.
A $2,500 grant will be given to the environmental non-profit of each winner’s choice in all categories but the student winner who will receive a $1,000 award.
Visit Aquarion’s website for more information and to apply. All applications must be received by May 1.
Winners will be announced June 1.