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Alaska Conservation Foundationn Awards Oil On Ice Conservation Achievement Award

EVENT: Banquet at which Alaska Conservation Foundation will present
Conservation Achievement Awards, and the following Alaskans will be
recognized for their long-term, significant contributions to
conservation in Alaska:
* Catherine "Bucky" Dennerlein of Anchorage, Jerry S. Dixon Award for
Excellence in Environmental Education
* Fran Mauer of Fairbanks, Olaus Murie Award for Outstanding
Professional Contributions.
* Abigail Turner of Homer, Wilcher Award for Outstanding High School
* Richard "Rich" Gordon of Juneau and Sean McGuire of Fairbanks, co-
recipients of the Celia Hunter Award for Outstanding Volunteer
* George Herben of Anchorage, Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award
for Excellence in Still Photography
* Dale Djerassi and Bo Boudart of San Francisco, Daniel Housberg
Wilderness Image Award for Excellence in Film or Video

DATE: Saturday, September 24, 2005

LOCATION: River's Edge Resort, 4140 Boat Street, Fairbanks, Alaska

TIME: 6:30-9:30 pm (Awards program begins 7:30 p.m.)

Fairbanks Awardees and Pat Pourchot, ACF executive director, will be
available for interview in Fairbanks Friday, September 23 from 11:00
am -12:00 pm or other time by advance arrangement.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kristi Schneider, Alaska Conservation
Office (907) 276-1917, kschneider@akcf.org, cell phone Fri/Sat only:

About Oil on Ice

OIL ON ICE (www.oilonice.org) is a multi-faceted media project about the Arctic National
Wildlife Refuge in Alaska and the conflict over drilling for oil there. The one-hour
documentary film, WebDVD and Website examine the battle over one of America’s last great
wild places, which is currently at the center of a national energy debate. OIL ON ICE shows
how the fate of the refuge is inextricably linked to decisions our nation makes about energy
policy, transportation choices, and other seemingly unrelated matters. And as the film concludes,
the culture and livelihood of the native Gwich’in Indians and the survival of migratory wildlife
are caught in the balance.


Oil on Ice Contact:

Heather Raney
Oil on Ice
(415) 593-0192
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"Moving, lucid and aptly told, Oil on Ice
is quite simply the best documentary
to date on the [Arctic National Wildlife Refuge] issue."

-Art Goodtimes The Telluride Watch



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