CWF Conservation Awards Call For Nominations

The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is asking all Canadians to tell them about a deserving citizen or group that has made a difference for wildlife, habitat or conservation

The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is asking all Canadians to tell them about a deserving citizen or group that has made a difference for wildlife, habitat or conservation.

By submitting a nomination in any of the seven categories, not only will you will be giving someone recognition for their hard work but also an opportunity for them to visit Yellowknife this June with the CWF board and receive a feature write-up in CWF’s Canadian Wildlife and Biosphere magazines. The deadline for the Conservation Achievement Award nominations is March 31 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Visit awards.canadianwildlifefederation.ca for more information or contact awards@cwf-fcf.org if you have any questions about the nomination process.

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