Jack to Receive National Conservation Achievement AwardMay 02, 2012
The National Wildlife Federation has selected Jack Johnson, his family and the All At Once team to receive the prestigious National Conservation Achievement Award in Communications for 2012. NWF’s annual awards program was established to honor individuals and organizations whose achievements in wildlife and natural resource conservation deserve national recognition. The theme for the May 17th event is discovering the joys of nature for all of our children.
During Jack Johnson’s 2010 To The Sea Tour, NWF joined with over 220 All At Once non-profit partners to educate fans at the concerts about local and global environmental issues. As part of this partnership, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation made direct and matching donations to NWF’s Environmental Education and Gulf Oil Spill Support efforts. Learn more about the NWF National Conservation Achievement Awards here.