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Thank you to everyone who helped to make the 2010 Watershed Leadership Conference a success.

by Katie Shaddix last modified April 26, 2010 05:40 PM

We rallied in our state's capitol, met with our legislators, made new connections and reinforced old ones, and worked together to find ways that we can all help to protect Alabama's environment and its citizens. This was made possible by the dedication and support of our sponsors and our volunteers.

 Thank you to everyone who helped to make the 2010 Watershed Leadership Conference a success. 

101 people attended the 2010 Watershed Leadership Conference, representing 43 organizations.  1/3 of all attendees were new to the conference.  And the conference was 90% "walkable" and "green" with local foods, reusable cups and plates, close proximity of locations, recycled materials, and NO Bottled Water!

 

Presentations and handouts from the 2010 WLC are available at the Rivers Alliance Virtual Library.  www.alabamarivers.org/library

Watch photo slideshows from this year's event below!

 
Photos by Katie Shaddix 

2010 River Hero Awards

River Heroes:
Wendy Seesock, Save Our Saugahatchee
Michael Shelton, Weeks Bay Reserve
 
Watershed Group of the Year:
 
Best New Group of the Year:
 
Volunteers of the Year:
Kelly Smith and Derek Trimble
 
Business Partner of the Year:
 
Beyond Rivers Partner of the Year:


Photos by Hurricane Creekkeeper John Wathen



Photos by Jenn Patterson 

 

 This event would not have been possible without the support of our generous sponsors.


Conference Sponsors

Cameron Vowell • Environmental Support Center • Stephens Foundation

Banquet Sponsors

Henry Hughes • Mark and Maggie Johnston
 

Scholarship Sponsor

Speaker Sponsors

Perret Financial • Terra Mortenson and Timothy Rooks

Session Sponsors

Jack and Ginger Agricola • Bill and Carol East
 

 
 

 


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