Missouri Prairie Foundation Annual Awards Award Nomination Form
The Missouri Prairie Foundation (MPF) Awards Committee is now accepting nominations for awards to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions for the cause of prairies and prairie flora and fauna. To nominate someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of prairies in any of the categories listed below, please complete this form and send to the email address below. One need not be a member of MPF to be nominated for an award. Current MPF Board members and Active Past Officers are not eligible to receive an award.

All nominations must be received by the Awards Committee by June 15 of each year. Awards will be announced and presented at the Missouri Prairie Foundation’s Annual Dinner in August.

Nomination Categories:

• BILL T.CRAWFORD AWARD, “Prairie Professional of the Year”
The Bill T. Crawford Award is presented to an individual who has made an outstanding professional contribution to the cause of prairies.

• CLAIR M. KUCERA AWARD, “Prairie Landowner of the Year”
The Clair M. Kucera Award is presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of prairie through ownership/stewardship.

• DONALD M. CHRISTISEN AWARD, “ Prairie Volunteer of the Year”
The Donald M. Christisen Award is presented to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the cause of prairies through volunteer service.

• WILLIAM A. DAVIT AWARD, “Prairie Communicator of the Year”
The William A. Davit Award will be bestowed on an individual who has been exceptionally effective in educating, communicating, or advocating for prairie such as teachers, writers, photographers, artists, and speakers.

• DICK DAWSON AWARD, “Prairie Pioneer of the Year”
The Dick Dawson Award is presented to an individual, group, or business who made an outstanding contribution as an early promoter/leader to the cause of prairie conservation through activities such as advocating for the acquisition and conservation of original prairie, prairie plantings in public spaces; encouraging/assisting implementation of prairie plantings/reconstructions in privately owned landscapes; advocating or promoting prairie plantings/protection and/or promoting understanding of prairie value through research, or publications.

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