The Raynes Citizen Conservation Award

Named for beloved Jackson Hole conservationists, Meg and Bert Raynes, the Raynes Citizen Conservation Award honors community members who show unparalleled dedication to the preservation of wildlife. The award, presented during the Jackson Hole Wildlife Symposium, is given by NRCC in partnership with the Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund.

The inaugural Raynes Citizen Conservation Award was presented at the 2014 Jackson Hole Wildlife Symposium to Chuck and Carol Schneebeck, whose commitment to conservation is evident in their tireless volunteerism.

Would you like to nominate a local hero for the Raynes Citizen Conservation Award? Please email us at with your name and contact information, the name of the nominee, and a brief description of the ways that he/she demonstrates a commitment to wildlife.