Marsh Award for Wetland Conservation
This Award is run in association with the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and recognises an individual who has achieved something amazing for wetlands in recent times.
Volunteers from around the UK work to protect and transform wetland areas, leading to the conservation of wildlife and the creation of spaces to be enjoyed by the local people. Ranging from community wetlands to wetlands in people’s back gardens, each year this Award supports the people who have been the driving force behind these projects.
Nominations for the Award are put forward to the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and judged in partnership with the MCT. See here for more information on how to nominate.
Pictured: Colin Gray (2018 winner), picture by Cathy Holden.