In 2002 the Environment and Culture Caucus established the Annette Kolodny Environmental Studies Prize, awarded each year to the best environmentally themed paper presented at the ASA annual meeting. The prize includes a cash award and is generously supported by Orion and Duke University Press. Submissions are judged by a panel of referees from the ECC, and the prize includes a $100 award. If you would like your environmentally-themed paper from the ASA 2015 annual meeting in Toronto to be considered for the Kolodny Prize, please send the paper as an email attachment (MS Word preferred) to the three referees listed below. Your paper must be received by 11:59 pm on Friday, March 25, 2016. Only papers presented at the 2015 ASA annual meeting will be considered; do not send book or dissertation chapters on which your paper was based, or any other longer or altered version of your paper.