Criteria for Award Recipients:
Outstanding Achievement Award
Recognizes individuals or teams who have made outstanding contributions to the interests of the Texas Chapter. These contributions might include noteworthy research, development of outstanding outreach programs, or application of conservation principals. Recipients of this award should be current or past members of the Texas Chapter. If the award is given to a group, then the key individual(s) should be members of the Texas Chapter, but it is not necessary for the entire team to be members.
Educator of the Year Award
Recognizes individuals for excellence in developing and disseminating natural resource information to students, landowners, and others. Examples include, but are not limited to, university professors, extension personnel, and agency personnel. Recipients of this award should be current or past members of the Texas Chapter.
Land Stewardship Award
Recognizes landowners who have been instrumental in the development, application, and promotion of sound wildlife management principles on their land. Special consideration is given to those individuals who, through their leadership, have set an example of hard work and dedication to the wildlife resource. Preference will be given to those who are members of the Texas Chapter, but membership in the Texas Chapter is NOT mandatory to receive this award.
Deadline for nominations is usually November 1.