Community and Planning Services
Land Stewardship Award Program
Landowners and residents throughout Missoula County are taking
stewardship of land and water seriously and embarking on projects and
practices that make a difference—for their land, for water, for fish,
for wildlife, and for our communities.
Missoula County would like to thank those outstanding stewards and, more importantly, learn from them. We are always looking for exemplary stewards to be recognized in our annual award program. Do you know a neighbor who’s doing great work restoring, protecting, or enhancing land and natural resources? Could other landowners, residents, organizations, and agencies learn from their work?
Let our Stewardship Selection Committee know! We’ll begin showcasing great stewardship projects on our website and in the community annually.
NEW! Missoula County Is
Seeking Nominations for the 2014 Land Stewardship Award
Missoula County is now accepting nominations for the 2014 Land Stewardship Award. The award recognizes landowners and residents who are taking stewardship of land and water seriously and embarking on projects and practices that make a difference — for land, water, forests, wildlife, and communities. Missoula County, with the leadership of the County’s Open Lands Citizen Advisory Committee, would like to thank these outstanding stewards and, more importantly, learn from them through the annual Land Stewardship Award program. Click here for the full press release.
Nominations are due April 30, 2014.
|Nomination Form||FAQs & Criteria||
|Committee Meeting Minutes and Agendas||Past Award Recipients|
The Missoula County Stewardship Award Program is guided and endorsed by the Missoula County Open Lands Citizen Advisory Committee.
The Program is also endorsed by the Missoula County Board of Commissioners.
Last updated: March 11, 2014