Military Readiness and Conservation Awards
The Military Readiness and Conservation Award was established by Compatible Lands Foundation to recognize Department of Defense Leadership, REPI partners, and landowners who have made significant contributions to furthering the Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) program’s mission of protecting our military’s readiness while preserving our environment. Since 2016 CLF has honored key individuals for their contributions that help advance the REPI program.
Terry Banks is presented with the Military Readiness and Conservation Award by CLF. Pictured (L-R): Dan Chapin, Director of Military Partnerships, Terry Banks, CLF Board Members Scott Belfit and Tim Beaty.
The Compatible Lands Foundation is pleased to recognize Terry Banks, of Bowling Green, Virginia as our Military Readiness and Conservation Award honoree for 2022. Ms. Banks was selected in recognition of her years of dedication and service as the Environmental Chief at U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. Fort A.P. Hill is a critical training and maneuver center focused on combined arms training that is used by all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.
For more information on Terry, please see our January 2023 blog post.
|2016||Marty Skoglund||Camp Ripley ACUB Program Manager, Retired|
|2017||Tom Warren||Fort Carson Sustainability Chief, Ret)|
|2018||Joe Weathersby||JBSA, USAF REPI Program Project Manager, Retired|
|2019||Wayne Hunt||Fort Campbell landowner|
|2020||John Housein||Army Environmental Division, Office of the Deputy
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|2022||Terry Banks||Environmental Chief at U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia (Retired)|