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2018 City of Raleigh Environmental Awards


  • Thursday, March 22, 2018 6-8 PM

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LOCATION: 214 Martin Street - 214 Martin Street

Join the City of Raleigh and partners for the 11th Annual Environmental Awards, recognizing the individuals and organizations that are good stewards of our environment. In 2018, award categories are: Raleigh Environmental Stewardship Award, Air, Energy, Land, Waste, Water, Urban Agriculture, a 'Capture It' stormwater arts competition, and a 'Trashion' competition from Solid Waste Services. Join us for a casual and fun celebration (including light refreshments) from 6-8 PM at the old City Market!

Cost: Free

Presented by: Office of Sustainability