Outstanding Conservation District Director

The Outstanding District Director award is given to one District Director each year who goes above and beyond the call of duty for their board, community and state. District Directors can be nominated by any OACD member. One Director from each area will be chosen and recognized at the area and state meetings. Of the five Directors selected from each area, one will be chosen as the statewide "OACD Outstanding District Director" and receive a cash award at a ceremony hosted on Conservation Day at the Capitol. If you have any questions about the application process, please email sarahblaney@okconservation.org.

Eligibility

The nominee must be a conservation district director who is currently serving on a district board.

Nomination Procedure

All submissions must be sent to the OACD Area Representative for the Director's designated Area or submitted through this form online two weeks prior to the area meeting.  Download the official rules here.

Nomination Form

Please fill out the form below to complete the nomination. Submissions are encouraged to stay under 800 words, but should describe the nominee's activities to best illustrate why they should be "OACD Outstanding District Director". If you have any supporting documentation that you feel would be helpful, please email it as an attachment to sarahblaney@okconservation.org.

Director for Nomination *
Director for Nomination
Nomination Submitted By *
Nomination Submitted By
In a paragraph, describe nominee’s efforts to conserve and protect the natural resources associated with their land and their home.
Provide a description of attendance at conservation meetings and events, including local board meetings, OACD area and state meetings, NACD meetings.
Describe the nominee's involvement in community conservation oriented activities and organizations.
Describe the nominee's involvement in conservation outreach activities including media outreach, outreach to local, county, state and federal officials, local outreach to cooperators and state conservation events.
List any positions held in other conservation organizations such as OACD.
List any involvement in youth outreach activities related to conservation.
Provide any additional information demonstrating the leadership qualities of the individual and their dedication to conservation work.