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Washingtonian Green Awards 2011 Reception (Pictures)
Honoring locals who encourage sustainability and protect our environment By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published May 26, 2011

The 2011 Green Awards recipients. Photograph by Erik Uecke

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Past Green Awards Recipients

In Green Giants, a feature in our May 2011 issue, The Washingtonian honors five individuals who protect our environment by finding local food treasures, by sending kids into the wild, and by building and living in ways that benefit us all. This year's winners include LEED-certified housing constructor Peter Guida, former CIA director R. James Woolsey, Casey Tree's president Barbara Shea, Poste restaurant chef Robert Weland, and Newton Marasco Foundation founder Amy Marasco Newton. The award recipients were honored with a reception Monday night.  

To read more about the work of our Green Awards winners, pick up a copy of our May 2011 issue, on stands today!  

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