Community Sustainability Action Forum in Wilton

 Wilton Go Green!

Make a Difference at the Community - Wide Sustainability Forum on Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 7:00pm - 8:30pm at Wilton Library (137 Old Ridgefield Road). 

The goal of this event is to engage 180 Wiltonians in sustainability initiatives that will make a difference in Wilton. There are many initiatives to choose from. Discover an initiative that enlivens you!

This event is co - hosted by Wilton Go Green and the Wilton Library. 
Click HERE to register.

Get involved. Sign a Pledge. Everyone is welcome. 

Bring your neighbors. Bring a friend. Bring a few friends!


Special Guests:

Land: Donna Merrill, Executive Director, Wilton Land Conservation Trust

Water: Louise Washer, Norwalk River Watershed Association & Jeff Yates, National Director of Volunteer Operations, Trout Unlimited

Energy: Richard Creeth, Co-Chair, Wilton Energy Commission

Food: Ted Stonbely, Director of Admissions, The Montessori School

Materials Management (Recycling): Tina Duncan, Wilton Go Green

Zero Food Waste Program: Gary Cuneen, Executive Director, Seven Generations Ahead


  • A recap of the How Green Could Wilton Be? Symposium
  • 15 collaborative sustainability initiatives in the areas of land, water, energy, food, & materials management
  • Discover ways to get involved in action teams that will create initiative plans in land, water, food, materials management, energy
  • Interact with your favorite Wilton environmental organizations
  • Learn about a Zero Waste School program
  • Refreshments

For questions or additional information, please contact Daphne Dixon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or (203) 536-4695.


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