DCNR Good Natured Blog: DCNR Recognizes Employees Going Above And Beyond To Support Agency Mission

This year DCNR employees once again have gone above and beyond to further the goals of the agency. They were rewarded by being recognized by their peers and supervisors for efforts, including:

-- Accomplishing critical daily duties

-- Taking the lead in emergency situations

-- Assisting with criminal investigations

-- Coordinating educational programming to better connect the public with nature

-- Launching online tools to support DCNR partners, grantees, and the public

“The annual DCNR employee recognition awards shed light on recent important efforts coming from our agency, and highlight the individuals and teams driving this great work,” said DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn. “Our employees are enthusiastic, professional, and passionate, and I’m proud to lead such a strong, forward-thinking team.”

More than 50 employees received 15 awards personally by Dunn at the 2019 awards ceremony in the Rachel Carson State Office Building in Harrisburg.

The Secretary’s Award

The winners of the DCNR Secretary’s Award, the highest level of recognition. It is given to employees who accomplish a singular, outstanding achievement that furthers DCNR’s mission and includes exceptional performance, include--

-- Miranda Crotsley, Jennings Environmental Education Center

-- Lori Yeich, Bureau of Recreation & Conservation

-- Conservation of Prairie Ecosystem Team

-- Medical Care for Crash Victim Team (Susquehannock Trail Rally)

-- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee (photo)

-- Presque Isle State Park Maintenance Team

Click Here to see a description of all the award winners.

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(Reprinted from the July 24 issue of DCNR’s Resource newsletter. Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)

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