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Mark Simmons, Golden Paddle Award in Agriculture
Simmons Foods ranked among the nation's best in pre-treatment and water/wastewater treatment in the poultry industry

The Nature Conservancy wins Golden Paddle Award in Conservation for protection of endangered species and Healing Springs streambank restoration project. Team members: Cord Gallipeau, Mark Kottmeyer, Mike Slay, Ethan Inlander, Tim Snell, Scott Simon

City of Siloam Springs wins Golden Paddle Award in Government for state of the art upgrades to wastewater treatment plant and native streambank restoration in historic downtown Sager Creek.
City director Ken Krafft, Parks Director Scott Hodge and Tom Myers, Water/Wastewater Director

Tracie Ashley wins Golden Paddle Award in Education for her work with Prairie Grove Middle School EAST program. Principal Holmes supports the program.

 1st Photography Winner
Lauren Dexter, age 14
"River View" winning photo given to all 2011 IRWP sponsors
Golden Paddle Awards recognize excellence and leadership in watershed stewardship
and natural resource conservation in the Illinois River Watershed.
Mark Simmons, chairman, Simmons Foods
Walmart Stormwater Compliance Team
The Nature Conservancy
Arkansas and Oklahoma
EcoModern Flats, Fayetteville
Cherokee Nation Environmental Programs
City of Siloam Springs
Tracie Ashley, Prairie Grove Middle School EAST
Over 100 people joined the IRWP in honoring these
Watershed Stewards, sponsors and partners at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale at the annual IRWP Stakeholders Meeting, November 8. 
18,000 hours in education and outreach in
over 160 projects
and programs
in 2011.
 To learn more or join the IRWP go online at
Walmart Stormwater Compliance Team, Golden Paddle Award winners in Business for stormwater training program and zero tolerance for contractors.  Team leader Mark Goldsmith and members receive the award from IRWP Board President Mike Faupel, UA Sustainability Consortium

EcoModern Flats win Golden Paddle Award in Construction for Washington County's first LEED Platinum Multi-Family retrofit. Jeremy Hudson, Ivone Hundson, Seth Mims, Corey Runnels, Jason Wright

Cherokee Nation Environemental Programs awarded Golden Paddle Award in Government presented to Larry Adair, chairman, Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission

 1st Place Video Winners: Ryan DuChanois and Dustin Oakes
Greenland High School EAST Program

 2nd Place Video Contest winners: Cave Springs 4-H Club
2nd Place Photography winner: Ian Dexter, age 16

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