Awards

RMFI is a recognized leader in the field of public lands stewardship, education, restoration, and leadership. Below are the major awards that RMFI has received since we began in the early 1990's.

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2012

2010

  • Recognition of Service and Commitment to Volunteerism, State of Colorado

2008

  • Annual Achievement Award, Coalition for Recreational Trails (Crestone Needle and Humboldt Peak Project)

2007

  • USDA Forest Service Bob Marshall Champion of Wilderness Award (Rocky Mountain Region Wilderness Planning)

2005

  • USDA Forest Service Bob Marshall Champion of Wilderness Award (South Colony Lakes Basin Restoration Project)
  • City Council of Colorado Springs Resolution of Appreciation (Preservation of Garden of the Gods)
  • Partnership Award, Colorado State Trails Program (Garden of the Gods Community Restoration Program)

2004

  • Public Lands Partnership Award, Bureau of Land Management (Protection and Conservation of Utah's Public Lands)

2001

  • Partnership for Community Design Award (Garden of the Gods Restoration Report)

1998

  • Nominee, National Trails Partnership Award
  • Nominee, National Trails State of the Art Technology Award

1995

  • 6th National Wilderness Conference Presenter: RMFI selected as 1 of 3 partnership models nationwide for presentation

1992-1993

  • Volunteer Service Award, U.S. Department of Interior

1992

  • Metro Region Stewardship Award, Colorado Division of State Parks and Outdoor Recreation