Thank you to everyone who participated in the WGG 2015 Festival! Stay tuned for info on next year’s festival, scheduled for May 1st, 2016 Check out our 2015 Wilton Go Green Festival Photos
1st annual Wilton Go Green Dog Parade was a huge success! Over 50 dogs and their people participated!
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- WGG Board Members Tapas Deb and Patrice Gillespie, WGG Executive Director Daphne Daphne, WWC President Jen Toll, WWC Philanthropy Co-ChairMariann Bigelow, WGG Board Member Tina Duncan, WGG Board Secretary Eve Silverman, WGG Board President Dana Gips, Sara Curtis and WGG Board Member Peg Koellmer. Photo courtesy WWC’s Andrea Bates. The money donated by the Wilton Woman’s Club will go directly towards our Zero ... (read more)
- On Thursday, January 25; WGG held its annual meeting and awards ceremony. 6 outstanding individuals were recognized for their achievements in their efforts to make Wilton the most sustainable town in Connecticut. Dawn Malkin and Sue Dorfman (not present) each received a GREEN ANGEL AWARD. Jose Figueroa received the ZERO WASTE HERO AWARD. Alison Badolato received the GREEN ... (read more)
- From the Norwalk Hour- Stephanie Kim. WILTON — More than 60 community leaders gathered at the library on Tuesday. The all-day event, “How Green Could Wilton Be,” brought together community members involved in town government, business, faith, educational and environmental affairs. Daphne Dixon, Wilton Go Green’s newly hired executive director, welcomed those attending with opening remarks. “Our mission is to ... (read more)
- Wilton Go Green president Peg Koellmer recently announced the appointment of Daphne Dixon to the newly created position of Executive Director. “Wilton Go Green” has grown steadily since its founding in 2009,” said Koellmer. “Bringing Daphne on board reflects the organization’s continued commitment to help Wilton become the most environmentally sustainable town in Connecticut.” Over the past ... (read more)
- Carly Lovallo, Riley Nichols, and Kelly Rafferty installing a “NO IDLING” sign at the Wilton Congregational Church Wilton Go Green had three Wilton High School students work for us for their internship this past Spring for 4 weeks. Carly Lovallo, Riley Nichols, and Kelly Rafferty, 2016 WHS graduates, installed “NO IDLING” signs, and immersed themselves in emissions ... (read more)
- Festival Photos from: 2016 WGGF 2016 SPONSORS and DONORS Click here to volunteer for next year’s Festival! May 7, 2017 (read more)
- With an Energize CT check for $2,200 to Wilton Go Green are, from left in front, Alison Reznik, Wilton Go Green, Vivian Perez, HE-Energy Solutions, Stephanie Weiner, New England Smart Energy Group, Dana Gips, Wilton Go Green, Natalia Sudyka, Eversource, and Tracy Allston, Eversource. In back are, Jana Bertkau, left, and Daphne Dixon, both of ... (read more)
- Did you know that Wilton is officially an idle-free town? The Board of Selectmen, at a regular meeting on July 6, 2015, unanimously approved a “no idling” resolution for the town, following a state regulation that is already in effect. By law, vehicles cannot idle for more than three minutes, except when the temperature falls below 20 degrees or ... (read more)
- CT Green LEAF Schools Program UPDATE: We are pleased to report all four of our public schools are now officially CT Green Leaf Schools- Middlebrook, Wilton High School, Cider Mill, and Miller-Driscoll! Connecticut is launching a new program, Connecticut Green LEAF Schools, which has been created to promote green and healthy schools for all. It is a ... (read more)
- Wilton former First Selectman Bill Brennan on behalf of the town accepts the Clean Energy Communities silver award at the 2015 Energize Connecticut municipal awards ceremony. Brennan stands in the center holding the award. On the far right stands Richard Creeth, co-chair of Wilton’s Energy Commission. The woman on the left is Patrice Gillespie of ... (read more)
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