Environmental Stewardship Awards Nominations will Reflect Diversity of Our Community
“Where are you from?” This is a frequent conversation-starter in Martin County, especially during this time of year when “snowbirds” are back in town and visitors are everywhere.
Our community is fortunate to have this kind of diversity – people from other places who have settled here permanently or part time who see Martin County as a paradise and want to do whatever they can to keep it that way.
Marilyn Gavitt, Brook Bullock, Heather Arnold, Michelle Fowler, and John Vanilla
Keep Martin Beautiful is a volunteer-driven organization, and we benefit from the ideas and enthusiasm that come from this diversity. When you see our volunteers on beaches during the International Coastal Cleanup, in neighborhoods during the Great American Cleanup, or along roadways as part of the Adopt-a-Road program, you see they represent all ages, professions, income levels and educational backgrounds.
What they all have in common is their devotion to protecting and improving our environment through litter removal, beautification and community revitalization activities. But there’s so much more to environmental stewardship and that’s where you come in.
Help Us Showcase Environmental Diversity
Keep Martin Beautiful’s Environmental Stewardship Awards event is back, and our Call for Nominations is now open. Who do you know that is doing interesting and significant work to improve or preserve our environment? Nominate them today! The application process is very easy. Simply describe the project, who did it, and why it matters. Nominations are due by March 1.
As part of our 30th anniversary year, we’re especially excited to celebrate the diverse people, projects technologies and initiatives that are making a difference for our natural environment and quality of life. All nominees and of course, the winners, will be recognized during our Environmental Stewardship Awards event on May 1.
Need some inspiration? Check out the diversity of past nominees and winners here.
To submit a nomination click here or visit our website at keepmartinbeautiful.org/environmental-stewardship-awards.
Thank you for doing your part to help keep Martin County beautiful.