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Sustainable Morristown Honors Mayor Dougherty at Green Drinks Event

The Green Drinks Event, held in Morristown at the historical and chic Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen this Sunday afternoon, December 10th, was much more meaningful than a holiday party. Morristown was celebrating its sustainability stardom!

The event was organized and hosted by Sustainable Morristown, celebrating their recent award of Silver Certification by the state’s parent organization, Sustainable Jersey. Morristown ranked with the fifth highest sustainability points in New Jersey, out of over 500 communities applying for the Sustainable Jersey Certification! Morristown received Silver level Certification, which is the highest category Sustainable Jersey currently offers. New Jersey is the first state in the US to develop this type of successful wide-ranging sustainability program.

Mayor Timothy Dougherty was presented with a beautiful Silver level plaque by Sustainable Morristown’s President, Lauren Cranmer. Heidi Raas, Treasurer, gave some opening remarks about the “green team” who led the effort for the town, non-profit Sustainable Morristown. Ed Russick, on the Board of Trustees, was commended for his extreme dedication towards earning points for the award. Others on the Board of Trustees are: Cathy Wilson, Vice President; Dr. Joel Harmon, Secretary; Lee Kaloidis; Susan Sparks; Chris Neff; Tilly Jo Emerson; Angela Echeverri; Leslie Hyans-DePalma; and Sean Ryan.

Six local businesses were awarded Certificates of Sustainability from the State due to their notable efforts: Glass Works Studio; Green Point Juicery; The Hyatt; Marty’s Reliable Cycle, Mayo Performing Arts; and Shade Tree Garage.

Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen generously contributed the entire upstairs of the previous and elegant Vail Mansion for this celebration of Morristown’s high achievement. Chris Cannon, Jockey Hollow’s Managing Partner, welcomed everyone to the event.

Sustainable Morristown's mission is to promote and support a sustainable future for the Morristown community through education, leadership, and action.

Sustainable Morristown is a 501(3)(c) nonprofit who works together with businesses, residents, schools, faith and public organizations to ensure the economic, environmental, and social wellbeing of the greater Morristown area now and for our future generations.

Photo credit goes to Dan Johnson -

Sustainable Morristown’s areas of focus include:

Animals in the Community

Arts & Creative Culture

Community Partnerships & Collaboration

Green Fairs

Diversity & Equity

Energy Efficiency Program through the state Direct Install Program

Energy Audit

Food Production

Support Local Food

Green Design

Green Design Commercial and Residential Buildings

Green Design Municipal Buildings

Health & Wellness

Innovation and Demonstration Projects

Electric Vehicles

Solar Actions

Land Use & Transportation

Local Economies

Buy Local Programs

Natural Resources –air, water


Waste Reduction

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