Ken Crowell of Deer Isle has been named one of five finalists for the Natural Resources Council of Maine’s People’s Choice Award. Nominations were submitted from all around the state for this year’s award, according to a news release from NRCM.
“We learned about many people doing terrific work to help keep Maine a special place,” the release stated.
Descriptions of each finalist taken from their written nominations are available at nrcm.org. The public is encouraged to read about each finalist and then cast a vote for your choice. Voting is open until Labor Day, Monday, September 7.
This year’s finalists are Crowell, Maria Girouard of Orono, Rebecca Halbrook of Phippsburg, Lew Kingsbury of Pittston and Bonnie Pooley of Bethel.
If preferred, voters can place a vote by calling 430-0106 and leaving the name of the person for whom they are voting. Be sure to leave your own name and contact information as well. The winner of this year’s NRCM People’s Choice Award will be announced at NRCM’s Conservation Leadership Awards event on Wednesday, October 14, at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell.