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Smokey Bear Awards



   

In the world of wildfire prevention there is no greater honor than to receive the national Smokey Bear Award. This special award is reserved for people or organizations who provide sustained, outstanding service—with significant program impact—in the wildfire prevention arena.

Honorees must exceed the expectations of their jobs and demonstrate innovation, creativity, commitment, and passion for fire prevention.

Snokey Bear awards - Gold, Silver, and BronzeThe Gold award is the highest honor given for wildfire prevention service that is national in scope over a minimum two-year period. A maximum of three awards may be given in any year.

The Silver award is the highest honor given for wildfire prevention service that is regional in scope over a minimum two-year period. A maximum of five awards may be given in any year.

The Bronze award is the highest honor given for service having impact within a state over a minimum two-year period. A maximum of ten awards may be given in any year.

This awards program is sponsored by the USDA Forest Service, the National Association of State Foresters, and the Advertising Council.

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Smokey Bear Awards information can also be found at:

www.smokeybear.com/awards

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If you have questions, please contact
Mr. Dale Dague, ddague@fs.fed.us, 202-205-1500