The Southeast Region Conservation Hall of Fame annually recognizes and honors individuals from the Southeast Region who have had a significant impact or influence on conservation practice or partnerships at the local, state, territory, regional or national levels. Inductees selected by their state/territory associations are inducted into the Southeast Region Conservation Hall of Fame at the annual Southeast Region Meeting.
The 2021 Southeast Region Conservation Hall of Fame Luncheon is planned for Monday, Aug. 9 during the Southeast Region Meeting at The Lodge at Gulf State Park in Gulf Shores, Ala. on Aug. 8-10, 2021.
For the 2021 Southeast Region Conservation Hall of Fame, states and territories are encouraged to induct one nominee for the 2020-2021 timeframe. More information about the 2021 induction process will be shared in early 2021.
Please contact Candice Abinanti, Southeast Region Representative, candice-abinanti[at]nacdnet.org or Franklin Williams, Southeast Region Chair, fowilliams[at]centurylink.net if you have any questions.
The following three videos are examples from the 2019 Southeast Region Conservation Hall of Fame.