Coggin Heeringa, Carl Scholz, Kay and Wayne Craig and their son Rudy, and LNRP Director Jim Kettler
The Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership presented its 2010 Champions of Conservation Awards at a reception and ceremony in the Phoenix rooms of the University Union on May 20, 2010.
The honorees were Kay and Wayne Craig, owners and operators of Grassway Organics Farm for Land Use Protection and Habitat Protection through managed rotational grazing.
For Environmental Education and Outreach the winner was Coggin Heeringa, Director of Crossroads in Big Creek in Door County, for promoting environmental education programs for children and adults.
The Champion of Champions Award went to Carl Scholz for his lifelong environmental stewardship in Water Resource Protection.
The program was hosted by Jim Kettler of Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, who sponsored the event with Dominion. Campus co-hosts were the Center for Food in Community and Culture, EMBI, and SLO Food Alliance.