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Angus Journal Land Steward Nominations Due May 15

The Angus Journal is accepting nominations for the 2001 Land Stewardship Award Program. This is the 12th year of the program, which aims to recognize conservation-minded Angus producers and communicate to others that the cattle industry does care about the land, water, natural resources and wildlife.

Nominations are due to the Angus Journal, the official publication of the American Angus Association, by May 15, 2001. Anyone who knows of an Angus producer who is deserving of the honor can nominate that producer; however, producers cannot nominate themselves.

A panel of qualified judges will evaluate the award applicants and select a winner, who will be featured in the November issue of the Angus Journal. The award recipient will also be honored during the American Angus Association’s annual banquet in Louisville, Ky., in November. In addition, the winner will serve as a spokesperson for the Angus industry and will be the Association’s nominee for the subsequent National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Environmental Stewardship Award.

For more information or to obtain an application form, contact Brad Parker, associate editor of the Angus Journal, at bparker@angusjournal.com, (816) 383-5215 or at 3201 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph, MO 64506. Application forms can also be downloaded from www.angusjournal.com/lsa_app.pdf. Remember, nominations are due May 15.

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