TownVibe Green Awards 2018
TownVibe organized the fifth annual Green Awards, recognizing businesses, non-profits, and individuals who are making a positive impact on the environment. The reception and ceremony took place March 22 at Hotel Zero Degrees in Danbury.
Photos included: Barbara Nuzzi and Andrew Nuzzi whose eponymous architecture firm supported Green Award winner Michael Murphy;
Madyn Byrnes and Matt Byrnes, head of Wooster School, which earned an Honorable Mention;
Oliver Koehler of Suntegra Solar Shingles, honoree Michael Murphy of Murphy Brothers Contracting, and Andrew Nuzzi;
BPC Green Builder principal and past Green Award winner Mike Trolle;
Green Award Winner Wilton Go Green executive director Daphne Dixon, Wilton Go Green board members Patrice Gillespie, Eve Silverman, Dana Gips, Tina Duncan, and Libby Scaperotta;
Thrown Stone creative director Jonathan Winn and wife Amanda Curtin;
Erica Skeadas and Nick Skeadas from Curbside Compost, an honorable mention winner.
Green Award winner Adam Lazar from Asarasi, Inc.;
Sierra Club chapter head and Green Award winner Martha Klein (center) with Mary Ann Fontaine, Jennine Lupo, Meryl Lancaster, and Heidi Parsons;
Green Award honorees Karen Silk, Carrie Rowe, and Diane Decker from the Washington Environmental Council.