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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Ou CONSEhVATION LDUCATIOfl AND PUBLICITY ANNUAL AVWARD FOR THE OUTSTAhDING CUNTRIBUTION TO CONSERVATION EDUCATION RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. The National Association of Conservation Education and Publicity w.iil select and honor the individual or organization, who, in the opinion, of a group of outstand- ing judges, has contributed most to the advancement of conservation education for a period of twelve months prior to June 1, 1948. 2. Nomination for award may be made by any member of the National Association of Conservation Education and Publicity. 3. Nominee may be any North American individual or organization. 4. Nominating member shall submit to the chairman of award colsrittee a letter stating reasons for nomination, together with supporting data such as writing, books, programs, photographs, drawings and clippings deemed suitable in assisting in judging the nominations. 5. Closing date for nominations shall be June 1, 1948. The award for the outstand- ing contribution to conservation education will be based on services performed dur- ing a period of twelve (12) months prior to June 1, 1.948. 6. A group of three judges, whose names shall be announced when tie award is made, will determine the winner. The decision of the judges shall be final. 7. An appropriate plaque or cup to be selected and determined by the awards comm- ittee, appropriately engraved, shall be presented to the person so honored at the annual 1948 convention of the National Association of Conservation Education and Publicity to be held in Septemrber, 1948. If the winnier is unable to attend, the award shall be made by proxy at the annual convention. 8. Public announcement of the award winner will be made at the annual convention. 9. Nominations shall be sent to the Chairman of the Awards Cosmittee, Isaac D. Chapman, Care Louisiana Department of Wild Life and Fisheries, 126 Civil Courts Building, New Orleans 16, Louisiana. 10. Members of the 1948 Award Corwittee of the oiational Association of Conservation Education and Publicity are Isaac D. Chapman, Director Education and Publicity, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Department, New Orleans; *illiam hI. Vieers, Director Information and Education, Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Uosr-ission, Tallahassee; Oliver Hartley, Director Public Relations, Ohio Division of Conservation and Natural Reources, Columbus; h. H. Bostwick, Supervisor Conservation Education, California Division of Fish and Game, Sacramento, and 14. 1. Clover, Chief Visual Information Missouri Conservation Conmnission, Jefferson City.