Date and Location for the 2018 Awards Ceremony To Be Announced
Hors d’oeuvres to be served during the reception.
Moniz Family Wines will be pouring complimentary wine to our guests.
The 2017 award categories and honorees included…
Environmentalist of the Year
Jennifer Wood of Citizens’ Climate Lobby Sacramento
Environmentalist of the Year – Habitat
Since 2008, the Water Forum has collaborated with U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Sacramento County Parks, and other stakeholders and scientists to design and build over 30 acres of salmonid habitat along the lower American River. This unique program is sustaining wild fish in America’s only urban nationally-designated Wild and Scenic river, driving new science, and supporting balanced water use among river communities. These projects are based in a strong collaborative partnership between resource agencies, scientists, and public interests all along the river.
Environmentalist of the Year – Innovation
March for Science Sacramento
On Earth Day 2017, marches were planned across the world in solidarity with the national March for Science in Washington, D.C. The organizers of March for Science Sacramento decided that the City of Sacramento would not be absent in this important action. The March for Science Sacramento organizing team was made up of more than 50 community volunteers from throughout Sacramento who were united by their love of science. Within just a couple of months, the organizing team developed a vision for the local march, planned logistics, promoted the event and raised funds. The march brought together more than 15,000 people who collectively advocated for open, inclusive, and accessible science, and the importance of conducting and applying scientific research as an essential part of a working democracy.
Environmentalist of the Year – Volunteer of the Year
Robert Meagher has tirelessly kept up the project list for ECOS, which includes all new relevant proposed developments in the region. He has also managed to consolidate and organize the countless PDF documents that often make up long CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) documents, and their corresponding attachments, into a single database categorized by region, priority and timing. Making these documents easier to use and refer to cuts down on the time it takes ECOS committees to digest and comment on environmental documents, effectively making it simpler for us to engage in the CEQA process.
Individual Ticket $20
Tickets will be available online soon. We encourage you to purchase your tickets ahead of time, online. Bringing cash instead of a card will speed things up at the door. Thanks!
Options for membership renewal along with your ticket purchase:
Individual ECOS membership + 1 EOY ticket = $50 (you save $5)
Family ECOS membership + 2 EOY tickets = $80 (you save $20)
Steward ECOS membership + 2 EOY tickets = $120 (you save $20)
Student/Low Income ECOS membership + 1 EOY ticket = $25 (you save $5)
Lifetime ECOS membership + 2 EOY tickets = $500 (you save $40)