Do you know a group or individual who deserves recognition for efforts to protect the environment? If so, send a nomination to the National Wildlife Federation by June 15 for the federation's 1995 national conservation achievement awards, which range from communications and corporate leadership to an outstanding affiliate. The group will also choose a "Conservationist of the Year" based on a lifetime of national conservation achievement. Previous winners include former President Jimmy Carter. Include the name, address and telephone number of nominees, as well as a brief statement summarizing their contributions to conservation. Mail nominations to Jay D. Hair, President, National Wildlife Federation, 1400 16th Street, NW, Washington, D.C., 20036-2266, or call 202/797-6857 for more information.
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