Please complete the form below. Each nomination requires a 500-word description. Submissions are due by Feb. 27. View last year’s winners
A promising start-up – business or nonprofit – launched no more than 18 months ago focused on issues of sustainability.
An individual who has been a long-time model for sustainable living and who actively shares his or her learning.
An institution or individual finding effective ways to teach children how to think and live sustainably.
A group of young people – a classroom, school group, team, club or posse of friends – passionate about sustainability and working to become leaders in their community.
The Good Neighbor:
An individual making a difference on a hyper-local scale, enthusiastically shares what they know with neighbors.
A business translating grassroots efforts into the broader society, making sustainable living available to the masses.
A business or nonprofit that has been steadily building the infrastructure, community connections or other resources necessary to make Maine a more sustainable place to live.
Chosen from nominations in all categories.
Winners will be announced and recognized at the SOURCE Awards on Wednesday, April 5 at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, ME and in a special Awards issue of SOURCE on Sunday, April 9. For event details and tickets go to: sourceawards2017.eventbrite.com
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