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Research Fields TEST Wildlife and Conservation
Categories Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
Citizenship Canadian or Landed Immigrant
Eligibility The Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarships are awarded once per year to post-secondary students in the field of conservation. The fund is administered by the Canadian Wildlife Foundation and is financed entirely by private-sector donations in memory of Orville Erickson, a prominent Canadian conservationist and past CWF president. The deadline for applications is May 25 of each year. Roland Michener Conservation Award The Roland Michener Conservation Award was established in 1978 by the Canadian Wildlife Federation as a tribute to the former governor general of Canada, the Right Honourable Roland Michener, an outstanding outdoorsperson and past honourary president of the federation. Eligibility: Any individual who has demonstrated a commitment to conservation through effective and responsible activities that promote, enhance and further the conservation of Canada’s natural resources is eligiblefor this award. Roderick Haig-Brown Award In recognition of its role in developing a strong national voice for the recreational use of Canada’s fisheries resources, the Canadian Wildlife Federation established the Roderick Haig-Brown Award in 1985. This award honours one of Canada’s greatest outdoorsperson and writers on outdoor topics. Eligibility: Any individual who has made a significant contribution to furthering the sport of angling and/or the conservation, development and wiseuse of Canada’s recreational fisheries is eligible for this award. Doug Clark Memorial Award The federation introduced the Doug Clarke Memorial Award in 1982 in memory of Dr. C.H.D. “Doug” Clarke. Dr. Clarke devoted his career to the philosophy, science and art of wildlife management throughout the world. At the time of his death in 1981, he was a director of the Canadian Wildlife Federation. This award is presented to a Canadian Wildlife Federation affiliate for the most outstanding conservation project completed during the previous year by the affiliate, its clubs, or its members. Eligibility: Any conservation project that was completed during the previous year by any Canadian Wildlife Federation affiliate, its clubs , or its members is eligible for this award. To be eligible, a project must be submitted by an affiliate. Details of a project must include a concise description of its purpose, activities, extent of participation by individuals, project costs and duration of the project, results achieved and a summary of how the project benefited wildlife. Stan Hodgkiss Canadian Outdoorsperson of the Year Award Each year since 1975, the Canadian Outdoorsperson of the Year Award has been presented to an outstanding individual in the field of conservation. The award has since been renamed in honour of the CWF founding president Stan Hodgkiss. Eligibility: Any Canadian outdoorsperson who has demonstrated an activecommitment to conservation in Canada is eligible for this award. All nominations must include a complete summary of candidate’s outdoor and conservation activities including affiliations with organizations and service clubs, participation in civic affairs and youth groups, etc., as well as biographical information.
Value The value is not available
Currency Canadian
Tenable at Canadian educational institution
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Visit the Canadian Wildlife Federation web site at http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/action/funding-awards/ and http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/action/funding-awards/awards/ for details. Contact: Canadian Wildlife Federation, 350 Michael Cowpland Drive, Kanata ON K2M 2W1 Telephone: 1-800-563-9453 OR 1-613-599-9594 M-F 8am-5pm EST Fax: 1-613-599-4428 Email: http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/contact-us/contact-us.html Updated: January 25, 2012

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