The Cary Green Neighborhood Project (CGNP) is a new and exciting environmental stewardship project from the Town of Cary. Friends and neighbors are working together to adopt simple and fun green actions in their homes and neighborhoods in order to reduce their environmental impact, restore local ecosystems, and build even happier and healthier communities.
The project is being implemented thanks to funding support from the Wells Fargo Foundation, through the Environmental Solutions for Communities Grant. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, one of the world’s largest conservation grant-makers, administers the grant. The first six months of the project, from October 2015 to March 2016, were devoted to planning. The project launched in April 2016 and will end in March 2017.
Seven neighborhoods have been selected to participate in this first-of-its-kind community initiative by the Town. At the end of project, all participating neighborhoods will be recognized and honored for their contribution and commitment to protecting our environment. The selected neighborhoods are listed below.
- Boundary Village Apartments
- Buckhurst West
- Highland Oaks
- Regency Communities
- Riggsbee Farm
Contact Shuchi Gupta at (919) 380-4232