Boston Finalists Announced for Nature’s Plate Award
Vote now for your favorite local green restaurant.
BOSTON, MA | October 01, 2013
The Nature Conservancy today announced the top five Greater Boston finalists in its Nature’s Plate people’s choice competition.
Over the past month, The Nature Conservancy asked people across the country to nominate their favorite local green restaurants, and Bostonians shared their love of 50 different sustainable restaurants. Now, you have the opportunity to vote for your favorite among these five Boston-area finalists:
Voting opens today, October 1, and will continue through October 15. The winner will be announced October 17, and one lucky voter will be selected to win a $100 gift certificate to dine at the regional Nature’s Plate winner here in Boston. Vote for your choice today!
Bite-sized actions can make a big difference for you and the planet. From the oysters growing in the waters off Cape Cod, to the tomatoes soaking up the sun at the farm down the road, healthy food demands a healthy planet. And our planet is nurtured when food production is sustainable.
Share your passion to help raise awareness of delicious food that’s good for you and good for the planet using #naturesplate.
Nature’s Plate is a people’s choice contest for green restaurants, that The Nature Conservancy is leading for the second year in cities and states nationwide including: California (Los Angeles and San Francisco) Colorado, Connecticut, Florida (Miami), Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois (Chicago), Massachusetts (Boston), Minnesota (Minneapolis & St. Paul), New Jersey, New Mexico (Albuquerque and Santa Fe), New York (NYC & Finger Lakes/Central Western), North Carolina (Durham), Ohio (Cleveland), Oregon, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia), Virginia (Charlottesville) and Washington DC.
To vote for your favorite, or for more information about how eating sustainably helps nature, visit nature.org/naturesplate/ma.
The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. The Conservancy and its more than 1 million members have protected nearly 120 million acres worldwide. Visit The Nature Conservancy on the Web at www.nature.org.