2008 Winners

Read about each of the 2008 Service Awards winners by clicking the links below or by browsing the Teens for Planet Earth 2008 Service Awards Report (T4PE service awards final.pdf ).

  

Kubiti Teak Plantation Group, Jasikam, Ghana

  

Soldiers of the Environment, Mbeya, Tanzania

  

Southern Idaho Squirrel Squad, Idaho, USA

  

Team B.E.E.S., New Jersey, USA

  


Deer Creek Dreamers, Oklahoma, USA

Friends of Van Cortlandt Park Interns, New York, USA

Girl Scout Troop #50, Ohio, USA

Mafanikio Group, Mbeya, Tanzania

Perspective, Vorniceni Village, Republic of Moldova

Rafiki Wa Mazingira, Mbeya, Tanzania

Team W.I.L.D., North Dakota, USA

T.R.E.E., Washington, USA

Turtle Talks, Florida, USA

Wetlands Education Team, Ohio, USA

Wild Gals of Stone, Alabama, USA

  


Click here for a list of the Bronze Award winners.

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