The City of Brentwood’s Environmental Advisory Board announced that an Environmental Stewardship Awards Program has been created to recognize those in the community who are working to protect and conserve Brentwood’s natural resources. Organizations or individuals selected for the awards will be recognized at Brentwood’s Arbor Day Celebration on April 2, 2016, as well as through press releases, social media, print publications, and the City’s website.
Nominations are being accepted now through March 11 at 2:00 p.m., and may include any manner of project or program that serves to enhance the environment, protect or conserve natural resources, or promotes volunteerism for environmental causes. Nominations may also include individuals who go above and beyond as a community volunteer serving or promoting the environment.
Categories for the awards will include Large Organization (100+ employees or members), Small Organization, Educational Institution, Student, Community Volunteer, and Green Buildings. Nomination forms and details about the program are available at www.Brentwood-TN.org\StewardshipAward.
Interested parties may direct questions to Jay Evans, Assistant City Manager, at 615-371-0060.
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