At the June 3, 2014 AGM of the Federation of Citizens’ Associations (FCA), Amy Kempster (now Amy Steele) was awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award for her “many years of community leadership and good works in the enrichment of Ottawa communities.” As the picture (*) shows, she was very pleased with that well-deserved recognition! Much of her energy has gone to the Greenspace Alliance, other beneficiaries were her local community, Champlain Park, the FCA and the Ontario Federation of Urban Neighhbourhoods, F.U.N.
(*) From left to right: Katherine Hobbs (Councillor for Kitchissippi Ward), Graeme Roderick (President, FCA), Amy, and Archie Campbell (Past President, FCA).
Erwin Dreessen received the OFNC Conservation Award – Member, 2007. Here is his citation.
Barbara Barr received the Natural Heritage Award in 2005 and also received that year the OFNC Conservation Award – Non-Member.
Iola Price received the OFNC Conservation Award – Member, 2005. Here is her citation.
Bill Royds, then member of the Conservation Committee of the Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club, received the Club’s Member of the Year award for 2002, mainly for his role as the liaison with the Alliance.
Erwin Dreessen received the 2002 Queen’s Golden Jubilee medal, mainly for his greenspace volunteer work. Also that year, he received a Civic Appreciation Award from the City of Ottawa.
In 2000, then Chair Shelley Parlow received the City of Ottawa Environmental Achievement Award (individual category).
In 1999, Amy Kempster received the Mayor’s Award for volunteer service.