Public Lands Alliance Partnership Award

In 2003, the Public Lands Alliance Partnership Awards Program was created to recognize people, organizations, products, and services that exemplify noteworthy achievements in land preservation.  Each year the Public Lands Alliance hosts the Partnership Awards to celebrate those making remarkable strides to preserve our public lands for visitors and wildlife alike. 

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Ashley Nettles is a 2020 Partnership Awards Recipient

Ashley Nettles is a Wildlife Biologist with the Dillon Ranger District of the White River National Forest and Summit County Safe Passages. She received the 2020 Partnership Award for the work she’s been doing to ensure resident wildlife populations are protected along busy highways in Summit County.

Ashley commissioned the Summit County Safe Passages Connectivity Plan for Wildlife, a plan that stakeholders will use to protect wildlife corridors and reduce wildlife-related auto collisions in the area, making the roads safer for both people and wildlife alike.

Read the PLA 2020 Partnership Awards Bulletin >

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