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1999 Lifetime Stewardship Award

Arbor Day Awards 1999

Mayor Richard Daley
Chicago, Illinois

Mayor Richard Daley, Chicago, Illinois, winner of the Foundation's highest individual honor, the Lifetime Stewardship Award for exemplary conservation work at the national or international level. He is recognized for his leadership in revitalizing Chicago's urban forest, providing a model for others to follow through programs like Green Streets.

Leaders in tree planting and environmental stewardship from around the country and world were honored by The Arbor Day Foundation at its 27th annual Arbor Day Awards celebration held in Nebraska City, Nebraska, on Saturday, May 1, 1999.  Award winners are recognized for their leadership in the cause of tree planting, conservation, and environmental stewardship. The awards ceremony was part of the annual Arbor Day weekend celebration held in Nebraska City from April 30 - May 2.