(September 29, 2021) – The Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Service Programs (ANROSP) conducted the ANROSP Annual Awards Ceremony as part of the organization’s 2021 Annual National Conference.
The Wyoming Naturalist Program received the 2021 ANROSP Outstanding Program Evaluation Award for their MidProgram and End-Program Check-In evaluation process. This award recognizes the value and importance of program evaluation by highlighting ANROSP member program evaluation efforts, including the tools used to conduct evaluations and communications efforts employed to share results. For more information about this initiative, please contact Mason Lee, Senior Project Coordinator, Wyoming Naturalist Program, University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute, at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Shelly Johnson, ANROSP President with the Florida Master Naturalist Program, said "ANROSP provides member programs an opportunity to share their best work in the areas of Outstanding Educational Materials, Outstanding Volunteer Project, Outstanding Team, Outstanding Program Evaluation and Program of the Year. Each year ANROSP is proud to highlight programs from across the United States in each of these categories." Award applications are peer reviewed and selection is made by the ANROSP Awards Committee, chaired by an ANROSP Board Member.
About ANROSP: The Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Service Programs is an international network of natural resource programs with the mission of promoting awareness and stewardship of natural resources through sciencebased education and service programs
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