RICHLAND -- Greenies, an outdoors adventure and retail company, has been named as the Green Business of the Year by the City of Richland.
City officials announced the winners of its Green Recognition Program on Thursday the Richland Community Center.
Greenies, a small business in Richland that offers bicycle, kayak and paddleboard rentals and sales, and sells organic foods, products and sustainable clothing, is Richland's Green Business of the Year.
It marked the seventh year for Richland to recognize businesses and organizations that are working to reduce their impact on the environment.
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A joint energy efficiency project completed by Kadlec Regional Medical Center and Apollo Solutions Group won Project of the Year.
ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston won Program of the Year for its Energy Star Certification Program.
Richland resident Lora Rathbone received the Excellence in Environmental Stewardship award for an individual, and the group award went to project coordinators Ali Bram and Jennifer Ricci for their Earth Month Trail Cleanup Project.
Enterprise Middle School Recycling Program, Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity's ReStore, the Innovation Center and Market in the Parkway each received an Honorable Mention for their environmental efforts.