Celebrating an Essential Piece of TILT

Volunteers are an essential piece to achieving TILT’s mission. Volunteers assist with special events, treks, office work, stewardship, loon census and much more. Help celebrate their efforts by nominating a deserving volunteer for an award this year. 2016 Volunteer Awards include:

  • Emerging Conservationist for those 30 and under who have demonstrated innovative leadership in advancing conservation.
  • Stewardship Society honoring a volunteer who contributes to the protection, enjoyment and wise use of the land.
  • Volunteer Leadership presented to outstanding leaders who demonstrate the desire to share their time and expertise in pursuit of TILT's mission.
  • Distinguished Service formerly the Volunteer of the Year, goes to a volunteer for outstanding contribution to the work of TILT.
  • Merle Youngs Conservation goes to those who have contributed significantly to the advancement of conservation at Zenda Farms.

To nominate a deserving volunteer today, please complete a nomination form downloadable at www.tilandtrust.org or submit an email/paper with nominee’s information (full name, mailing address, phone/email), what award you are nominating him/her for, number of years he/she has been a TILT volunteer, a summary describing his/her achievement (250 words or less), how has this/these achievements contributed to TILT’s mission, and your information (name, address and phone number/email). Nominations are due Friday, July 22.

Award winners will be announced during TILT’s annual celebration of our amazing volunteers on Friday, August 12 from 5-7 pm at Zenda Farms Preserve.

(Spring 2016 Reflections Newsletter)

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