Convening for Action in British Columbia: Tim Pringle is first winner of ‘Land Champion Award’



2010 British Columbia Land Awards

The Land Awards were conceived to recognize initiatives which demonstrate leadership, innovation, and collaboration related to the sustainable use and conservation of land in BC. 2010 is the first year of the awards program.


Land Champion Award

Tim pringle (120p) at 2010 land awards galaTim Pringle is the inaugural winner of the Land Champion Award. He was Executive Director of the Real Estate Foundation from 1988 until 2008. For the past two years, he was Director of Special Programs. He retired at the end of October. Over the years, he has demonstrated:

  • Leadership: taking initiative to address issues related to the use and conservation of land in communities, regions, professions, and the province as a whole.
  • Innovation: Offering a new way of looking at land planning/land use/land management/conservation and employing unique solutions which can be modeled by others.
  • Collaboration: Facilitating the participation of multiple stakeholders/partners to bring projects and programs together and maximize their effectiveness.

At the Land Awards Gala, it was announced Tim Pringle is the founding President of the Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia. An autonomous society, the Partnership provides a legal entity for further evolution and delivery of program elements developed under the umbrella of the Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia.


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Posted November 2010