Last call for nominations for GSDFW Awards

Tammie Carson, 2020 winner of the GSDFW Volunteer Award, with her hand-delivered award. Photo by Wendel Withrow.

Oct. 15, 2021

Last chance to nominate your favorite greenies for the 10th annual Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Awards! 

GSDFW AwardThe awards, hosted by Green Source DFW and its parent nonprofit, the Memnosyne Institute, honor people and groups in North Texas for their exceptional leadership in the enhancement and protection of the environment.

The nomination period has been extended thru Oct. 22, 2021. Nomination form here.

Like last year, this year has been especially challenging due to the pandemic. But we know our local greenies persisted in creative ways!

We have four categories this year:

• Environmental Science and Innovation (New products, business models or ideas benefiting the environment)

• Conservation Activist (Preserving resources, wildlife, green space)

• Green Project or Program (Profit or Nonprofit)

• Coke Buchanan Volunteer of the Year (Outstanding volunteer service to a green cause or organization)

The 2020 GSDFW Awards were held virtually during the pandemic last year, so we hand-delivered the awards across the Metroplex, as CDC guidlines allowed.

2020 GSDFW Award Winners

A panel of judges from the North Texas green community will select the winners from among all the nominees. 

Winners will be announced at the Green Source DFW Awards, which will be held virtually on Zoom on Nov. 18, 2021. Other specialty awards will also be handed out. See previous winners

Sponsor the Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Awards and show your support for local green leaders and innovators. It's also a great way to get your name in front of the North Texas green community. Here are the 2021 sponsorship levels.

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