The highest conservation achievement award presented by the Arkansas Wildlife Federation is given in memory of Harold Alexander - one of the foremost authorities and experts in Arkansas on conservation activities.   

Requirements for nominees to be considered:  

A conservationist, professional or volunteer, whose contribution to an environmental field has been sustained over a period of several years.

A person whose contribution to conservation is of such significance as to be known statewide, or nationally.

A conservationist whose contributions are not necessarily related to a single issue or effort, but who has, over a period of time become known as a person whose activities and influence bring about positive changes in matters affecting the environment.

A conservationist who, by this recognition, would serve to create a broader interest in conservation and by example, encourage others to outstanding accomplishments on behalf of our state’s natural resources.
 

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HAROLD ALEXANDER CONSERVATIONIST OF THE YEAR AWARD

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HAROLD ALEXANDER CONSERVATIONIST OF THE YEAR AWARD

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