Green Ossining Launches the Green Ossining Sustainability Partnership Nominating 12 Ossining-Based Establishments Who Recognize The Importance of Environmental Sustainability Efforts
Green Ossining is proud to announce the nomination of 12 business establishments in Ossining, New York as the first designees of the newly created Green Ossining Sustainability Partnership. Sustainability partners act on a commitment to reducing energy usage, eliminating or cutting back on single use materials, reducing solid waste, relying on organic or locally sourced ingredients, and focusing on the community’s overall well-being epitomizing the concept of “doing well by doing good.”
These deserving business leaders include Tom Deacon, founder of Fable Farms; Laurie Gershgorn, chef and owner of Good Choice Kitchen; Kathryn and Luis Corena, owners of First Village Coffee; Roger Mason and Leah DiSisto, chefs and owners of Basta Restaurant; Olga Bonilla, chef and owner of Los Abuelos Restaurant; Jon Zeltsman and Miriam Haas, owners of Down to Earth Markets; David and Lynn Schofield, owners of SBS Printing & Shipping; Scott Ryan, co-founder of 6 Degrees of Separation Restaurant & Brewery; Eric Gearity and Matt Curtin, co-owners of Sing Sing Kill Brewery; Sharon Rowe, founder of ECOBAGS; Elmer Oliveros, chef and co-owner of Brother’s Fish & Chips; Barbara Sarbin, founder and educational program director of Something Good in the World.
Each of these visionary entrepreneurs recognizes that environmentally sustainable business practices contribute to the overall success of their business, all while contributing positively to our community and our planet.