The awards below were honored at our 2016 Environmental Awards Recognition Dinner on June 7, 2016.  We honored educators, students, and landowners who promoted conservation education in the classroom and landowners who put conservation on the ground.  Our awards topics focus on soil and water quality conservation.  Charleston Soil & Water Conservation District would like to thank all the schools, teachers and students who participated in all of our education programs! 

 

2016 Conservation Environmental Awards

EDUCATION AWARDS

2016 Best Conservation Poster Award - 4th  Grade Sail Class (C/H)- Mt. Pleasant Academy,                  Teacher Laura Graham

2016 Best Conservation Essay Award -9th Grade Winner - Savannah "Reid" Brown - Charleston School of the Arts - Teacher Kevin Short

2016 Most Creative Poster Award - 4th Grade Class - Trident Academy - Teacher Ms. Nancy Amis

2016 Conservation Teacher Award - Ms. Laura Graham - Mt. Pleasant Academy _ Laura is a 4th Grade Sail Teacher who received a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Masters of Education from Converse. She also received a Master of Arts in History from the Citadel.  Laura just finished her 27th year of teaching and has shown a commitment to conservation and to our natural resource contest topics. 

2016 Greatest School Participation Award - Jerry Zucker Middle School of Science - Teacher Erik Hilden  Erik Hilden, Science Teacher at Jerry Zucker Middle School of Science, has participated in the Charleston Soil & Water Conservation District  Essay Contests for several years.  His classes have submitted the most essays of any school who has participated and we honored Mr. Hilden and his school for their long, ongoing, commitment to our natural resource contest topics. 

2016 EnvirothonTeam Competition Award - Wando High School - Teacher /Team Coach: Jessica Herbert

Charleston Conservation District sponsored Wando High School for the 2016 Envirothon Competition.  Ms. Jessica Herbert, Environmental Science Teacher, coached her team of 6 high school students for several weeks, to prepare them for the State Envirothon Team Competition.  Jessica and her students were honored for their commitment our natural resources topics in this competition. This was their first year of competition and their  

2016 Conservationist of the Year Award - Sam Cook, Director of Forestry for the Center for Heirs' Property Preservation in the Lowcountry (Charleston) was honored as the Conservationist of the Year.   As an NRCS Technical Service Provider, Sam has helped over 24 landowners in Charleston by providing technical support to allow EQIP (Environmental Quality Incentives Program) funding for conservation improvements on their land. 



2015 Conservation Environmental Awards

EDUCATION AWARDS

2015 Best Conservation Poster Award - First Grade Class - Montessori Community School.          Teachers:   Ms. Cynthia Gately  and Ms. Robin Prosise.

2015 Best Conservation Essay Award -Seventh Grade Winner - Ms. Camila Carrillo, Montessori Community School,   Teacher, Ms. Cynthia Gately. 

2015 Most Creative Poster Award - Cub Scout Pack 707 - Second Grade, Scout Leader, Mr. Jim Hill.

2015 Conservation Teacher Award - Ms. Cynthia Gately, Montessori Community School of Charleston.  Cynthia Gately us a science liaison and 1st-3rd grade teacher.  She earned a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Sciences from Auburn University and a Master's of Education from the State University of New York at Brockport.   

2015 Contractor Awards                                                                                                                                                                                                       A-1  Septic Services - Harry Wilson, Owner.                              

B2 Unlimited, LLC - Sam Brown, Owner                                  

Knight's Septic Tank - Michael Knight, Owner

2015 Conservation Consultant Award

Richard L. Threat, Jr., MSM - SC Department of Health & Environmental Control


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