Since 2012, Sustain Charlotte has honored smart growth and sustainability leadership in Greater Charlotte through this exciting annual event. Our honorees are working toward sustainability and smart growth, and by their actions, inspire others to do the same. The awards help us further our mission to inspire choices that lead to a healthy, equitable, and vibrant communities across the Charlotte metro region for generations to come.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2018 SUSTAINABILITY AWARD WINNERS!
LUCKY CLAYS FARM
Inspiring Government Agency:
CHARLOTTE AREA TRANSIT SYSTEM (CATS)
FAMILY AGRICULTURE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (F.A.R.M.S.)
THE RENAISSANCE LEED NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT
ABOUT CHARLOTTE SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS EVENT
This unique event brings together sustainability leaders from a range of disciplines and sectors: for-profit, nonprofit, government, and individuals. Awards were presented to 5 winners before a crowd of 400 at the event Wednesday, April 25 at CenterStage@NoDa.
Our event isn't your average awards ceremony. Our attendees are always fun and inspirational, the food is always local, delicious, and sustainable, and our program is upbeat.
The evening was a memorable and exciting affair that honored and celebrated our most outstanding local sustainability leaders and attracted many of Greater Charlotte’s leaders, elected officials, and media.
Thanks to NC Senator Jeff Jackson for presenting our awards and Matt Olin, the founder and emcee of Creative Mornings, for being our emcee for the evening!
NC Senator Jeff Jackson
Matt Olin, Creative Mornings
2018 CHARLOTTE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD NOMINEES
Birdsong Brewing, Blue Blaze Brewing, Capizzi MD, Chelsea Building Group, Dressed, Ecoshine Mobile Car Care, Free Range Brewing, LeafSpring School, Lucky Clays Farm, Sun Raised Farms, Shook Kelley
Charlotte Area Transit System, Charlotte's Tree Canopy Preservation Program, Centralina COG - Metropolitan Transit Commission, Community Planning Academy, Mecklenburg County Air Quality, Town of Matthews
Donald Green, Tony Kuhn, Katie Maloomian, Ken Orndorf, DeAndrea Salvador
Carolina Thread Trail, Family Agriculture Resource Management Services (F.A.R.M.S.), Greenways for Mecklenburg, Learn to Ride, Monroe Road Advocates (MoRA), Preserve Matthews, Self-Help Credit Union and Ventures Fund, The Males Place
300 South Brevard, Brigham Building, Kingsley Town Center, Novel NoDa, Park Charlotte Redevelopment, South Boulevard/South Tryon Street Corridor Study, The Renaissance LEED Neighborhood Development, Waverly
Read more about our nominees here.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
For sponsorship information click here.
Interested in learning how you can sponsor this event? Contact Laura.Heiser@sustaincharlotte.org