Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) is seeking nominations for the Alison Haskell Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize an individual in North America who exemplifies extraordinary commitment to herpetofaunal conservation. Alison Haskell was one such person. She was PARC’s first Federal Agencies Coordinator. Her tenure with PARC was tragically shortened due to a valiant, but unsuccessful battle with ovarian cancer. Members of PARC aim to keep her memory alive through this annual award.
Click here to read more about Alison, the award, and how to submit nominations. The nomination form can be found near the bottom of the page at a link under the Award Nomination Form and Submission heading.
Nominations are due Friday, October 17. Recipients receive $1,000 and an engraved, commemorative plaque!
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