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Stewardship Award Winners

Groundswell recognizes the achievements of individuals and groups who conserve cherished local lands.  Stewardship Award Winners are a distinguished group.


Dr. Alice Watts
Owen Gromme
Walter Frautschi
Norman Anderson
The State of Wisconsin Stewardship Fund

Bud Morton
The Lalor Road Community
Dr. Joseph Hickey
The Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation

Marian Kerr
Howard & Nancy Mead
Black Earth Creek Watershed Association

Bob and Jack Bolz
Hazel Knudson
Delma Woodburn
Chuck Cell
Naomi Whiteside

Emily H. Earley
Mark & Sue Martin
City of Middleton & Dane County
Black Hawk Council of Girl Scouts

Jane Licht
William G. Lunney
Village of McFarland
Lake Waubesa Conservation Association
Nathan Stier & Michael Young

Harold “Bud” Jordahl
Dick Wagner
Bernadine & Cecil Smith
Middleton High School Environmental Studies Program
Token Creek Watershed Community 

Kathleen Falk
John Lussier
Wisconsin State Journal
Town of Dunn

Individual: Irene Silverwood
Youth: Winnequah Middle School
Non-profit: Madison Audubon Society
Lifetime Achievement: Emily H. Earley
Government: Town of Windsor
Coalition: The Bolz Conservancy Park Coalition Eugenie Mayer-Bolz Foundation/The Bolz Family, Don Tierney –Savannah Village, Village of Waunakee

Individual: Walter Scheidegger
Youth: O’Keefe Middle School
Non-profit: Upper Sugar River Watershed Association
Business: Midland Builders
Lifetime Achievement: Harold “Bud” Jordahl

Individuals: Glenda Denniston and Roma Lenehan
Group: Town of Merrimac
Lifetime Achievement: Phil Lewis, Ken LePine, Jean Meanwell

Terri Potter
Dave Ripp
City of Sun Prairie
Town of Middleton

Pat Hitchcock
Lifetime Achievement: Bill Lunney
Bill O’Connor
Swamplovers (Jerry Goth, Tom Kuehn, & Lee Swanson)


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