Weston’s Wildlife In Crisis was honored at the second annual Aquarion Environmental Champion Awards at a ceremony held at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo.
The Aquarion Environmental Champion Awards program accepted nominations from across the state in four categories: Business (Large and Small), Non-Profit Organization, Adult, and Youth (Grade 9-12). The awards recognized volunteer projects that have significantly contributed to the improvement of environmental quality through the protection, conservation, restoration and stewardship of Connecticut’s water, air, soils, and plant and wildlife habitats.
Winning entries included:
• Large Business: Pitney Bowes of Shelton
• Small Business: Harvest Moon Timber Frame of Morris
• Non-Profit: Tie – Wildlife in Crisis (WIC) of Weston and Glastonbury High School’s Club Council
• Adult: Dr. Marc Taylor of Southbury
• Youth: Elisabeth Smith of Stamford
“Aquarion continuously seeks ways to contribute to the well-being of Connecticut’s environment, and we are pleased to recognize these winners who share that goal,” said Charles V. Firlotte, President and CEO of Aquarion Water Company.