We developed the Responsible Business Network to promote responsible business practices near the river and to acknowledge those businesses that lead the way in protecting our natural resources.
As a Business Supporter, your company will be recognized on our website, in our newsletter and on our Facebook page as a responsible business in the community.
The NRWA invites your business to …
Local Businesses Who Support Norwalk River Watershed Association:
- Environmental Design Association,P.C., Ridgefield
- Fairfield County Bank, Ridgefield
- Kaiser-Battistone System Maintenance Co., Inc.,
- Norwalk Little Pub, Wilton
- REI, Norwalk
- Wind River Environmental, LLC, Westport
Local Community Organizations
- New Canaan Garden Club Redding Garden Club
- Ridgefield Garden Club
- Stamford Kayak Group
- Town of Ridgefield
- Wilton Family YMCA
- Wilton Garden Club
- Wilton Land Conservation Trust
Please click on the tabs below to see how your business can become a part of the Responsible Business Network.
We invite you to join us in our important work. Your contribution can go a long way toward making our programs and projects possible. NRWA works to improve the water quality and quality of life in the watershed where your business thrives and your customers and employees live. Thanks to the participation of our many friends and volunteers, and to pledges from responsible businesses, NRWA can initiate and sustain efforts in research, education, land protection, and recreational opportunities to improve the quality of life and water in the region.
Either mail your tax-deductible contribution along with RBN contributor form to NRWA, PO Box 197, Georgetown, CT 06829 or email us the form at firstname.lastname@example.org and donate online through Paypal. If you would rather support NRWA through a regular membership, please use the Membership form.
NRWA also works with members to bring speakers who are experts on the Norwalk River and the surrounding watershed to business events. We have recently held talks on the water quality of the river, the migration cycle of the American Eel (which swims up the Norwalk River), the local owl population, and the history of Micah mining in the area. If you are interested in working together, e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 877-NRWA-INFO.
the Norwalk River Valley Trail at Union Park in Norwalk.