LOWER MERION TOWNSHIP, PA — The winners of Lower Merion and Narberth Environmental Advisory Councils and the Lower Merion Shade Tree Commission 2021’s Go for the Green Awards have been announced.
The annual awards are held in an effort to raise environmental awareness throughout the Lower Merion and Narberth.
Winners will be recognized at a special awards ceremony to be held on from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 30 in the second floor boardroom of the Township Administration Building, 75 E.
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For more information on the awards ceremony or to respond to the event, contact Holly Colello at email@example.com or 610-645- 627
See 2021’s winners below:
Joe MacNeal, Ardmore for environmental stewardship and advocacy
Neighbors Working Together
Delmont Street neighbors for streetscape greening
Ardmore Progressive Civic Association, President Micah Snead
Beth Am Israel, Penn Valley for the congregation’s environmental stewardship and advocacy initiatives, and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Ardmore for the congregation’s Creation Care initiatives
Climate Action Narbs Nearbs (CANN), Stacey Griffin and Amy Feldman
Green Design and Development
Refugia Design/Build for residential meadow conversion at Amies Lane in Bryn Mawr
Tishman Speyer – Janet Giuliani, Andropogon Associates, Ltd. and Yaki Midovnik, ASLA for One Bala, Bala Cynwyd for commercial green redevelopment/renovation
Alan Wood, Gladwyne, for tree stewardship and advocacy
Tiffin Indian Cuisine, Wynnewood and Bryn Mawr, for Turn2Tiffin initiative to reduce single-use plastic waste
Green Mobility and Transportation
Narberth Cycling Club, Kimberley Bezak for active transportation and cycling/pedestrian pathways advocacy
Bethel AME of Ardmore for their victory garden supporting pollinators and composting program Bryn Mawr Beautiful for streetscape greening in the Bryn Mawr commercial district Peace Advocacy Network for supporting the vegan lifestyle and their recycling initiative