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$3000 prize for young environmental leaders

-This information was just forwarded to me - looks like a great opportunity; note the fast-approaching deadline (August 4th).

Julie Totaro

--Original Message-----
From: Lisa Wallace [mailto:lisawallace@earthisland.org] 
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2000 12:32 PM
To: dasbury@projectwild.org 
Subject: $3000 Prize for Enviro Leaders 13 - 22 id::63398

Written By: "Lisa  Wallace" <lisawallace@earthisland.org>
To: "NEEAP - National Environmental Education Advancement Project"

Hello Friends,

Earth Island just announced this program.

Please help me get the word out!  Please cut and paste and send along to
your friends, associates, networks, etc.  Especially those in the EASTERN

And, can you let know of media, youth, and enviro. organizations I should
contact (via email or phone or paper), especially those in the EASTERN and

I greatly appreciate your help

Do you know a young person who has demonstrated outstanding environmental
leadership?  That young person could be eligible to receive a Brower Youth
Award.  Each of six recipients will be awarded a $3000 cash prize.

Encourage young environmental leaders to apply before August 4, 2000.

A program of Earth Island Institute, the Brower Youth Awards will recognize
innovative leadership efforts across an ethnic, geographic, and nonpartisan
cross-section of young people, from thirteen to twenty-two years old. The
prizes will highlight projects ranging from campus organizing to restoration
of habitat and will be awarded at Earth Island Institute's 4th Annual Party
for the Planet, October 14, 2000 in San Francisco.  The details are are at
www.earthisland.org/bya or call 415-788-3666, x144

To reply privately to Lisa  Wallace,  create a new message
and address it to lisawallace@earthisland.org.

To share your reply with the NEEAP - National Environmental Education
Advancement Project group, reply to this message.

To send a message to the NEEAP - National Environmental Education
Advancement Project group on a new topic,
create a new message addressed to neeap@mail.edgateway.net .

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