The Calhoun County woman known for winning the largest citizen lawsuit in the history of the U.S. Clean Water Act was celebrated for her environmental achievements in San Francisco this week.

Diane Wilson received the Goldman Environmental Prize, which the award’s executive director called the “Nobel Peace Prize for the environment.” Wilson was the sole prize winner from North America, as each of the recipients represented one continent or world region.

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