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PCCD Conservation Achievement Awards

The Pike County Conservation District Conservation Achievement Awards, established in 2024, are given to an individual, group, or organization that has demonstrated leadership in conservation in Pike County. These awards recognize their great work and desire to go above and beyond to help conserve our natural resources.


There are three categories for this award:

  • Conservation Achievement Award- for any individual, group, or organization
  • Educator Conservation Achievement Award- for a teacher or educator in Pike County
  • Youth Conservation Achievement Award- for a student in grades K-12 in Pike County



  • Individuals, groups, or organizations can be nominated by any member of the community. Nominees must have their contributions, projects, programs, etc. contributing directly to conservation efforts in Pike County.
  • Nominees should demonstrate strength or leadership in one or more of the following categories:
    • Demonstrating a long-term commitment and service to natural resource conservation in Pike County
    • Achieving outstanding positive impacts on the environment through conservation projects
    • Providing beneficial and innovative contributions to better public understanding of conservation issues


Nominations for the 2024 PCCD Conservation Achievement Awards will be accepted until June 1, 2024 at 4pm EST.

Nominations will be ranked by our Award Committee who will then present their recommendations to the District Board of Directors for final review. Award recipients will be notified by mail and phone in the fall of 2024. They will be given two complimentary tickets to the PCCD Annual Dinner in the fall where they will receive their award.

Are you ready to nominate someone for a PCCD Conservation Achievement Award?

If you have any trouble accessing the form, please copy and paste the link below into your browser window.

If you have any questions about the PCCD Conservation Achievement Awards, please reach out to Emily Mansfield, PCCD Communications Coordinator, at 570-226-8220 or


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