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SAN LUIS NWRC: San Luis NWR Complex Receives Habitat Restoration “Office of the Year” Award
California-Nevada Offices , April 2, 2014
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Matt Lloyd and Reyn Akiona address a group of students at a restoration site.
Matt Lloyd and Reyn Akiona address a group of students at a restoration site. - Photo Credit: Julie Rentner/River Partners

By Jack Sparks

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pacific Southwest Region’s Habitat Restoration Division has awarded the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex as “Office of the Year” for 2014. The award recognizes the industrious and inventive contributions in the areas of habitat restoration, partnership development, and a lasting conservation legacy in California, Nevada, and the Klamath Basin.

At the helm of the Partners Program at the San Luis NWRC is Matt Lloyd, Easement Program Manager for the Grasslands Wildlife Management Area. Reyn Akiona is the Partners Program Biologist. Matt and Reyn work seamlessly with each other, refuge staff and the public toward significant achievements in restoring and conserving wildlife habitat in Merced County.

"We are honored to have received this recognition,” said Matt. “We consider ourselves incredibly fortunate to work with so many great people at both the San Luis NWR Complex and the Regional Office."

Jack Sparks is the outdoor recreation planner at the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Los Banos, California.


Contact Info: Jack Sparks, 209-826-3508, jack_sparks@fws.gov



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