The Gerald Carnie Memorial Award for "Keeping the Landcare Flame Alive" was established by Landcare NSW to recognise Gerald Carnie's very special contributions to the Landcare movement.
It is awarded every two years at the biennial NSW State Landcare Conference to an individual in recognition of their contribution to the development of “the philosophy of Landcare”. The recipient will champion the development of Landcare as a means to support
and engender change in attitudes, which translates to a more
cohesive and resilient community that acts to achieve a healthier environment
and/or more productive and sustainable farms. Applicants will be judged on the impact they have had at
the local AND regional or state scale to ensure that Landcare can prosper. Please complete the form below to submit your nomination.
Nominations for the 2017 Gerald Carnie Memorial Award close Friday 1st September, 2017.