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The Bear Yuba Land Trust Recognizes Three Local Conservationists

The Bear Yuba Land Trust is recognizing three local conservationists by awarding three different honors at the Fourth Annual Oak Tree Ball
on Saturday April 27.  Executive Director, Marty Coleman-Hunt, says the three award winners are a reflection of the high quality individuals support land conservation efforts in Nevada County and throughout California. The CEO of the Sierra Fund and former County Supervisor, Elizabeth “Izzy” Martin, is being honored with the William Nikerl Award for Conservation Leadership.
Click here to listen to Marty Coleman-Hunt

Hank Meals and Greg Archbald are also being honored with the John Skinner Sierra Outdoors Recreation Awards for Education and Volunteerism respectively.

The Oak tree Ball is “festive formal attire” event.
Click here to listen to Marty Coleman-Hunt

The Oak Tree Ball is Saturday April 27 form 6-10PM at the Alta Sierra Country Club.
For more information about the Ball call Jean Gilbert at 530-272-5994×205.

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