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Eaddy Williams Hayes

1924 – 2011

 Palmetto Conservation Foundation was saddened to learn that Spartanburg, SC resident, Eaddy Williams Hayes, a longtime supporter and contributor to the organization had died on May 16, 2011.  Mrs. Hayes, an ardent conservationist, was an avid outdoors woman who enjoyed hiking, fly fishing, bird hunting, river rafting and many other sports.  In 1999, Mrs. Hayes was honored by Palmetto Conservation Foundation as the recipient of their annual BMW Conservation Award.

 In addition to PCF, Mrs. Hayes was a founding member of the Nature Conservancy of SC and was designated a Conservation Hero by that group.  She also was very well-known in Spartanburg for her many civic involvements and charitable acts.  Palmetto Conservation Foundation has lost a true friend and extends its deepest sympathy to Mrs. Hayes’ family and friends. 


2010 BMW Conservation Award

Ann Jennings

Called the "grande dame of conservation in our state ... the best example of citizen-conservationist" Ann Jennings of Columbia is this year's recipient of the BMW Conservation Award.  Ann was recognized for her contributions in protecting the state's natural resources through her very successful leadership at the helm of the Congaree Land Trust, her efforts to preserve Congaree Swamp, and her ongoing work to protect Fort Jackson with buffer properties and educating young and old about the importance of land conservation.

This annual award honors a lifetime of outstanding achievement in the field of conservation.  The recipient is someone who has made lasting impacts in
protecting South Carolina’s natural resources through conservation,
environmental education, and/or preservation. 

Past recipients of the BMW Conservation Award include:

2009 L.B. and Peggy Adams, Greenwood
2008 Anne Rainey of Columbia, Camden
2007 Murray White of Fort Mill
2006 Tom Kohlsaat of Columbia
2005 Lindsay Pettus of Lancaster
2004 John Drummond of Greenwood
2003 Thomas Wyche of Greenville
2002 Dale and Judy Thiel of Camden
2001 Mary and Edmund Taylor of Columbia
2000 Anne Springs Close of Fort Mill
1999 Eaddy Hayes of Spartanburg
1998 Harry Dalton of Rock Hill

 
     
 
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