2004 National Wetlands Awards Recipients

Barbara Salzman

Marin Audubon Society and Marin Bayland Advocates
Larkspur, California
Barbara Salzman was raised in Philadelphia, where as a child she noticed that “everything was built up.”

Peg Bostwick

MI Department of Environmental Quality
Lansing, Michigan
Peg Bostwick became Michigan’s section 404 program coordinator in 1989 and has shaped the state’s wetland policy and programs for the past 15 years.

Jack Branning

Vicksburg, Mississippi
Jack Branning and two partners purchased a 3,498-acre farm in Sharkey County, Mississippi, with hopes of establishing a row crop operation.

Norman Brunswig

National Audubon Society
Harleyville, South Carolina
Mr. Brunswig grew up playing and exploring in marshes and streams at the edge of Rock Island, Illinois, and at the age of 16 decided he wanted to spend the rest of his life in the field as a wildlife biologist.

Francis Golet

University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island
In his long and distinguished career in research, teaching, and advocacy, Dr. Golet has inspired generations of college students, helped define the framework of wetland protection and management at all levels of government, and shaped wetland ecology.

Sky Lewey

Nueces River Authority
Uvalde, Texas
When Sky Lewey became the resource protection and public education associate for the Nueces River Authority in 2001, her task was daunting.