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Stewardship Award Winners

Natural Heritage Land Trust recognizes the achievements of individuals and groups who conserve cherished local lands.  Stewardship Award Winners are a distinguished group.

1989

Dr. Alice Watts
Owen Gromme
Walter Frautschi
Norman Anderson
The State of Wisconsin Stewardship Fund

1991
Bud Morton
The Lalor Road Community
Dr. Joseph Hickey
The Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation

1992
Marian Kerr
Howard & Nancy Mead
Black Earth Creek Watershed Association

1994
Bob and Jack Bolz
Hazel Knudson
Delma Woodburn
Chuck Cell
Naomi Whiteside

1995
Emily H. Earley
Mark & Sue Martin
City of Middleton & Dane County
Black Hawk Council of Girl Scouts

1996
Jane Licht
William G. Lunney
Village of McFarland
Lake Waubesa Conservation Association
Nathan Stier & Michael Young

1997
Harold “Bud” Jordahl
Dick Wagner
Bernadine & Cecil Smith
Middleton High School Environmental Studies Program
Token Creek Watershed Community 

2000
Kathleen Falk
John Lussier
Wisconsin State Journal
Town of Dunn

2001
Individual: Irene Silverwood
Youth: Winnequah Middle School
Non-profit: Madison Audubon Society
Lifetime Achievement: Emily H. Earley
Government: Town of Windsor
Coalition: The Bolz Conservancy Park Coalition Eugenie Mayer-Bolz Foundation/The Bolz Family, Don Tierney –Savannah Village, Village of Waunakee

2002
Individual: Walter Scheidegger
Youth: O’Keefe Middle School
Non-profit: Upper Sugar River Watershed Association
Business: Midland Builders
Lifetime Achievement: Harold “Bud” Jordahl

2004
Individuals: Glenda Denniston and Roma Lenehan
Group: Town of Merrimac
Lifetime Achievement: Phil Lewis, Ken LePine, Jean Meanwell

2006
Terri Potter
Dave Ripp
City of Sun Prairie
Town of Middleton

2008
Pat Hitchcock
Lifetime Achievement: Bill Lunney
Bill O’Connor
Swamplovers (Jerry Goth, Tom Kuehn, & Lee Swanson)

 

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