Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
Environmental Awards in the Pacific Southwest
Since 1999, EPA's Pacific Southwest office has encouraged citizens in California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, the Pacific islands and tribal lands to nominate individuals or organizations for Environmental Awards.
This program offers an opportunity to recognize individuals and groups outside of EPA who are working to protect public health and the environment. Nominees may include individuals or organizations that are in the public, nonprofit or private sector, such as scientists, teachers, journalists, citizen activists, young people, nonprofit or government organizations, business representatives, public officials, and others committed to protecting public health and preserving our natural surroundings.
We are reviewing nominees for our 2014 awards and expect to notify winners this fall. For more information, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
2013 Award Winners
The 2013 awardees will continue to be honored at individual presentations in various locations in the Pacific Southwest region.
- Stardust Non-Profit Building Supplies
- Inland Empire Regional Composting Authority (IERCA)
- Jeffrey Betcher and Quesada Gardens Initiative
- Curtimade Dairy
- John Clements and Kings Canyon Unified School District
- Dr. Bob Holland and Carol Witham and Vernalpools.org
- Kim Johnson and The Kokua Hawaii Foundation
- Tahoe Pyramid Bikeway
Environmental Awards (R9EnvironmentalAwards@epa.gov)
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