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The International Green Industry Hall of Fame Includes Wineries

Recently, the International Green Industry Hall of Fame accepted several nominees. They include: California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, Rodale Institute, Make It Right Foundation, Patagonia, Pomar Junction Winery, Ellen Strickland, Amory Lovins, David Gottfried, Voltaic Systems (innovation award), Dynglobal, Honda Motor Company, Steve Ashkin, Bren School, and Meryl Streep.

According to the Green International Hall of Fame website, the purpose of the organization is to “Promote Ecological Sustainability Excellence Worldwide.”

The site goes on to explain that the mission of the International Green Industry Hall of Fame, “is to recognize individuals and organizations for excellence and outstanding achievements in the green industry.”

Since the beginning, several wineries have been selected as members of the Green International Hall of Fame. These include: Frey Vineyards and LangeTwins and Family Winery and Vineyards. More recently, Pomar Junction Winery was added to the Hall of Fame.

Frey Vineyards is located in Mendocino County, California. We visited this inspiring winery, which produces organic and biodynamic wines.

The Green International Hall of Fame nominations are open for any industry. If you have a favorite winery or business that you think is “green,” consider nominating it for the Hall of Fame. The nomination form is online and easy to complete.

Nominations are already currently being accepted for next year’s awards.


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