TBAEP Annual Awards

Environmental Professional of the Year​.​​
Life Time Acheivement Award.
Environmental Project of the Year.
Nominations can be made by you, your company, or agency for outstanding environmental contributions from applicable projects and programs; Environmental Professional of the Year, Environmental Project of the Year and Lifetime Achievement award. The Environmental Excellence Award nomination(s) are to be submitted to the TBAEP Chapter awards committee and must be received by
March 31, 2017. Each selected award winner will receive a beautiful award plaque and an invitation to briefly address participants at the Annual Awards Luncheon to be held o n May 18, 2016. 

Environmental Professional of the Year
Environmental Professional of the Year Awards are reserved for individuals who have demonstrated the following:
  • Defining the environmental problem or need
  • Efforts taken to address the environmental problem or need
  • Accomplishment of stated goals
  • Measurable and lasting public health or environmental benefits
  • Collaboration with others
  • Promotion of innovative ideas or approaches
  • Ability of the program/activity to be replicated or widely shared
  • Clarity and effectiveness of the presentation 
Nomination Form
Lifetime Acheivement Awards
Lifetime Achievement Awards are reserved for individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to environmental issues over a career or a lifetime.
  • Application should provide a complete discussion of the person’s career and his/her accomplishments relevant to the Environmental Profession and/or the Environment.

Nomination Form
Environmental Project of the Year
  • Nominees for the EPOY will be for a project that is currently in progress or has been
    completed within the previous two years.

  • Environmental Impact: The project will have a measurable beneficial impact on some
    portion of the ecosystem – air, water, groundwater, soil, habitat quality/quantity, flora or
    fauna population.

  • Partnerships: The nomination information shall include a description of any partnerships
    being utilized to achieve the project’s goals.

  • Innovation: The project description should include any new technologies and/or
    environmental theories being employed.

  • Funding: A description of how the project is being funded initially, and how the funding is
    sustained (if applicable), shall be included in the nomination form.
Lifetime Achievement Awards are reserved for individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to environmental issues over a career or a lifetime.
Nomination Form
Volunteer Awards
TBAEP selects volunteers who have done an outstanding job assisting us in meeting our goals and helping coordinate events. 
  • Must be a TBAEP Member
  • Participates in TBAEP events 
  • Proactively engages with our committees and initiatives

Past Award Recipients

  1. 2016 Environmental Project Award - Newman Branch Habitat Restoration
    To TECO
  2. 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award
    To: Dr. Richard Garrity PhD.
  3. 2016 Environmental Project Award - Scrub Jay Project
    Mosaic and Quest Ecology
  4. 2015 Environmental Project of the Year Award
    Keep Hillsborough Beautiful
  5. 2014 Environmental Professional of the Year
    Cynthia Grizzle
  6. 2011 Environmental Professional of the Year
    Brandt Henningsen