Dick Kreiner, Los Lunas, N.M.
In the Southwest, water is a luxury. Since 1990, Kreiner has installed 35 wildlife drinkers in central New Mexico, improving more than 20,000 acres of habitat, mostly in the Cibola National Forest. The 3,500-gallon storage tanks are crucial for sustaining wildlife. "Turkey hunting is my passion," says Kreiner, president of the National Wild Turkey Federation's Middle Rio Grande chapter. "So anything that I can do to help make the turkey population sustainable, I enjoy that."