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By Sarah Pridgeon
The Sundance Times 

Courtney honored at Wyoming conservation convention

 

December 15, 2017

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Colleen Courtney with folks from the Crook County Natural Resources District after winning the Teacher of the Year award at the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts Annual Convention in Casper, WY. Left to right: Wayne Garman, Chairman; Sarah Anderson, CCNRD employee; Wanda Burget, Treasurer; Colleen Courtney, Teacher of the Year; Jason Nehl, Outstanding Technician of the Year; Raesha Sell, CCNRD employee; Jennifer Hinkhouse, Secretary

Colleen Courtney was honored at the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts Annual Convention as the Teacher of the Year for her work in educating kids about the importance of conservation.

"It's a big convention where we pass resolutions, listen to legislators and get to speak with the House and Senate," says Raesha Sell, CCNRD.

"There's a luncheon set aside to recognize award winners. There are thirty-four conservation districts within the state and each one of us gets to nominate individuals for the awards."

The CCNRD Board of Supervisors nominated Colleen Courtney as Teacher of th...



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