SOS native son earns distinction

Cliff Webber, long-time Save Our Saugahatchee water monitor, board member and former President was honored recently by receiving the 2013 W. Kelly Mosley Award: ww.aces.edu/natural-resources/mosley

Cliff Webber (left) is presented with the 2013 W. Kelly Mosley Environmental Award by John Jensen (center) and Eric Reutebuch (right) last December.
Cliff Webber (left) is presented with the 2013 W. Kelly Mosley Environmental Award by John Jensen (center) and Eric Reutebuch (right) last December.

He joins several other Alabama Water Watchers – Mary Lou Smith (SOS), Dick Bronson (Lake Watch of Lake Martin), LaVerne Matheson (Winston County Smith Lake Advocacy) and Dan Murchison (Lake Mitchell HOBO) as W. Kelly Mosley Award recipients. Congratulations Dr. Webber!

Click here for AU news release: Auburn’s Webber Recognized for Conservation Efforts

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