Conservation & Environmental Stewardship Awards

START
11
October 2021
08:00 AM CDT
END
18
November 2021
08:15 PM CST
RAISED
$2,733.00
GOAL $25,000.00
10.9% To Goal

About Our Auction

The Coastal Bend Bays Foundation is hosting the 19th Conservation and Environmental Stewardship Awards Banquet this year! This event recognizes and honors outstanding Coastal Bend citizens, educators, businesses, and organizations that have made significant contributions to protecting and preserving of our coastal resources.
Contributions such as yours are essential to our sustained efforts to connect to and work within the Coastal Bend community to promote communication between our industry, local governments, local environmental groups, and the general public. Our efforts are to inspire protection and education of our significant natural resources while encouraging responsible economic activities needed for the prosperity of the local economy.
Proceeds from the Banquet benefit the Coastal Bend Bays Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has proudly served the Coastal Bend community since 1991. We are dedicated to the conservation of freshwater and coastal natural resources through communication, awareness, research, and education. It is through our four community-rooted programs - Earth Day-Bay Day, Coastal Issues Forums, seasonal coastal clean-ups with Adopt-A-Beach, and the Conservation & Environmental Stewardship Awards Banquet-- that we are able to reach the broadest audience to instill our message of environmental awareness, appreciation and stewardship.


About Coastal Bend Bays Foundation

Since 1991 the Coastal Bend Bays Foundation was founded as a public interest organization dedicated to the conservation of freshwater and coastal natural resources for current and future generations through consensus, facilitation, communication, advocacy, research and education. our membership is comprised of representatives of environmental groups, fishing organizations, port industries, government agencies, university scientists and concerned citizens.

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