Texas Women in Conservation

The 2017 Terry Hershey Award Honorees have been announced! Sponsorships for the award luncheon are on sale now.

Audubon's Texas Women in Conservation Program debuted in 2015 to honor the role that women play in the conservation field in the Lone Star State. A key highlight of the new program is the Terry Hershey Award which recognizes outstanding women leaders. In addition to the award, the new program supports opportunities in Texas for girls and women to become more involved in conservation and environmental sciences and engages women on important issues related to conservation in Texas.

Learn about the 2017 Terry Hershey Award recipients and the Texas Women in Conservation Luncheon where they will be honored at the Pearl Stable, San Antonio. Event sponsorships are available now. 

News & Updates

San Antonio Women Honored for Conservation Achievements
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San Antonio Women Honored for Conservation Achievements

2017 Terry Hershey Award honorees announced by Audubon Texas

2017 Terry Hershey Award Honorees
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2017 Terry Hershey Award Honorees

Congratulations to Blair Fitzsimons, Karen Hixon, Susan Hughes, and Ruth Lofgren

2015 Terry Hershey Award Honorees
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2015 Terry Hershey Award Honorees

Congratulations to Carol Dinkins, Mary Anne Piacentini, Susan Rieff, and Ellen Temple.

2016 Terry Hershey Award Honorees
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2016 Terry Hershey Award Honorees

Congratulations to Janice Bezanson, Deborah Clark, Ann Hamilton, and Marty Leonard

Conservation Leaders Program for Young Women
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Conservation Leaders Program for Young Women

A year of career-focused conservation learning and service for high school girls.

Audubon Texas Celebrates the Legacy of Female Leadership in Texas Conservation Efforts
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Audubon Texas Celebrates the Legacy of Female Leadership in Texas Conservation Efforts

2016 Terry Hershey Award winners to be honored in Fort Worth on March 3, 2016.

Terry Hershey's Conservation Legacy in Texas

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