Applications are being accepted for the fifth annual Wilton Go Green Festival to take place on the Wilton Town Green and in front of the Wilton Library from 11am-4pm on Sunday, May 3rd.
We are currently accepting exhibitor applications from individuals, non-profit organizations, and businesses that offer ideas or products that are in keeping with our mission of educating our community in achieving a culture of conservation and environmental sustainability. Click here for an application.
- Check here for the latest incentives for home energy improvements including Home Energy Solutions audits, lighting, appliance discounts, energy efficiency financing, tax credits and more. (read more)
- Wilton Go Green and Wilton Congregational Church Earth Ministry Committee are hosting a dinner and screening of Years of Living Dangerously, Episode 1 Years of Living Dangerously Episode 1: “Dry Season,” on February 28th at the Wilton Congregational Church, 70 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton, CT. Winner of the 2014 Emmy award for Outstanding Nonfiction Series, ... (read more)
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- On Wednesday, January 14, 2014, the Wilton Go Green Board of Advisors held its annual meeting at Marley’s and gave out four awards. Henryk Teraskiewicz, executive director of Woodcock Nature Canter was given the “Green Partner Recognition Award,” for outstanding performance and lasting contribution in supporting conservation and active earth stewardship in the Town of Wilton. Janet ... (read more)
- Lisa Fernandez, Assistant Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, gave a fascinating presentation at the Wilton Library as part of the Wilton Go Green/Wilton Library Green Speaker series. Over 60 people attended to hear the latest social science research on this important topic. Click here for the complete presentation. (read more)
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- Wilton Go Green has been selected to receive the 2012 Green Coast Honoree of the year in Environmental Commitment for an Organization! (read more)
- Connecticut is launching a new program, Connecticut Green LEAF Schools, which has been created to promote green and healthy schools for all. (read more)