The Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention (CFFP) Committee is only accepting nominations for 2020 Smokey Bear Awards until December 15th.
This prestigious awards program recognizes individuals and organizations for outstanding service in wildfire prevention. Please submit your nomination(s), including supporting documentation and materials, to this link by Sunday, December 15, 2019.
Have questions about crafting a nomination package?
All nominations for 2020 Smokey Bear Awards must adhere to this criteria. Check out this FAQ for tips on how to put together a winning nomination package.
Wondering what prevention project or work qualifies for a Smokey Bear Award?
Wildfire prevention service includes, but is not limited to: advertising campaigns; informational programs; training; wildfire risk assessments to prevent ignitions; committee leadership; volunteerism; and fundraising.
Take Jon Motsinger’s prevention work for example. He was the recipient of a 2016 Bronze Smokey Bear Award for his work to merge two of his passions – wildfire prevention and geocaching – into a highly successful, statewide outreach program for Smokey Bear’s 70th birthday. Watch this short clip provided by the Texas A&M Forest Service to learn more:
Still need help?
Email NASF Communications Director Whitney Forman-Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org.