Named in honor of long-time board member, past Board President, and over-all JDCF supporter, Nancy Winter, the Nancy Hamill Winter Conservation Leadership Award will be given annually by JDCF to an individual, organization, governmental entity, educational institution, or business that has completed significant work in stewardship of natural areas, restoration of natural areas, or the protection and understanding of natural habitats and/or cultural heritage sites.
Nominees for the Nancy Hamill Winter Conservation Leadership Award must have demonstrated creativity and/or leadership in the preservation, restoration, or stewardship of natural areas, Native American cultural resources, or have a strong history of promoting an understanding of the natural world in our region. Nominees may have also shown financial leadership that supports land conservation. Priority will be given to nominees with distinguished lifetime accomplishments and impact made in the service area of the Foundation. JDCF’s Executive Committee will seek nominees annually beginning in late November, 2016, and use the above criteria to make its selection. For more information, email email@example.com.