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CTU Annual Awards – Call For Nominations

Posted by Dan Omasta on February 12, 2018 in Chapters, Conservation, Events, Leadership

Colorado TU is seeking nominations for its annual leadership awards!

These annual awards are intended to recognize outstanding chapter and individual achievements, to make known to our members the wide range of TU volunteer efforts statewide, and to help export enthusiasm and good ideas to all of our chapters.  Awards will be presented at the annual Rendezvous, April 27-29, 2018, in Keystone.

How to make a nomination:

Nominations for these awards can come from any member of Colorado Trout Unlimited.

For each nomination, please submit background information that you feel is necessary to document the nomination; when possible, limit your written materials to one typewritten page. Photographs of projects, newspaper clippings, sample newsletters, etc. can be useful attachments.

Award winners will be selected by an awards committee comprised of CTU officers, the CTU Grassroots Coordinator, and the Executive Director.

Nominations for awards should be submitted to CTU by March 2. Please email nominations (preferred) to david.nickum@tu.org; or mail to Colorado Trout Unlimited, Awards Committee, 1536 Wynkoop St., Suite 320, Denver, CO, 80202.

Award Categories:

Exemplary Chapter

Exemplary Project

Outstanding Chapter Communication

Exemplary Youth Program

Outstanding Volunteer

Exemplary Guide/Outfitter Award

Trout Conservation Award

Trout Communications Award

Bruce Hoagland Award for Leadership in Conservation

Note: Multiple awards may be presented in these categories.

Award Descriptions and 2018 CTU Awards call for nominations (for 2017) Letter

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