EMIL SCHOCH CONSERVATION & PRESERVATION AWARD
The Clinton Historical Society Emil Schoch Award recognizes an individual or family in the Town of Clinton that has shown dedication to the conservation of the natural environment and historic resources as exemplified by Emil Schoch in his stewardship of his family’s land entrusted to his care. The individual or family who receives this award must have done one of the following:
- Preserved a natural area such as a wetland, pond, stream, or forest in a manner that encourages the survival of wild plants and animals.
- Established a farm plan in keeping with best management practices and manages that farm in accordance with those practices.
- Maintained or restored a historic structure or house.
The Clinton Historical Society works with members of the Conservation Advisory Council to review applications each year and make the award presentation at the annual dinner of the society. The Emil Schoch award plaque is displayed in the Clinton Town Clerk’s Office.
Adriance Farm, North Creek Road
Ava and Jim Carberry, Fiddler’s Bridge Road, Frost Mills
Olga Smyth, Sunset Trail
Bob and Alice Messerich, Pumpkin Lane, Old Bulls Head
Mrs. Betty Davis, Hollow Road
Kathleen Knight, Stonehouse Road
Lenore Maroney and Dorothy Distel, Fiddler’s Bridge Road
Craig Marshall, Fiddler’s Bridge Road
Bill Hamilton and Peter Kross, Centre Road
Skip Backus, The Omega Institute
Art Depasqua, Silver Lake Landowners Association
Kathleen Everett and David Atcher, Allen Road