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Vermonter wins Presidential award

Wednesday, August 4, 2010, by Nicole Gaudiano, Free Press Washington Writer

WASHINGTON — In 1955, Elizabeth “Liz” Putnam proposed having student volunteers help maintain national parks for her senior thesis at Vassar College.

She received an A.

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Shaftsbury resident Putnam honored for lifetime commitment to conservation

 

Wednesday August 4, 2010, by Neal P. Goswamim

SHAFTSBURY — Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam became the first conservationist to win the Presidential Citizens Medal Wednesday at a White House event with 12 other 2010 award winners.

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Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam: first conservationist to receive Presidential Citizens Award

August 4, 1:34 PM,  by Environmental Policy ExaminerJean Williams

On August 4, President Obama rewarded 13 citizens with the prestigious honor of receiving the 2010 Presidential Citizens Award.

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A Conservation Visionary At Last Honored By Obama Today

by Jess Leber August 04, 2010 09:19 AM (PT) Topics: Environmental Activism, Forests, Wildlife

The year was 1955, long before national service had a model in the Peace Corps, and more than a decade before Earth Day even existed.

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SCA Founder Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam Receives 2010 Presidential Citizens Medal -- First Conservationist Ever to Earn Honor

President Obama awards Citizens Medal to SCA Founder(WASHINGTON, D.C.)—-Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam, who launched the American conservation service movement more than 50 years ago w

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Youth tend trails this summer

By Jane Northrop - Pacifica Tribune Staff Writer

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Monumental piles of trash

By Randy Metcalf, The Explorer

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SCA Members have fun building trails in Hunterdon parks

From the NJ Star-Ledger

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Help SCA and the Pittsburgh Pirates Plant a Community Garden

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SCA Students working to restore Angeles National Forest after Station Fire

See photos and article on Pasadena Star-News

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