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Treehugger's Best Of Green Awards Gives Our Twitter Feed A High-Five

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Treehugger’s first-ever Best of Green Awards has honored Ecorazzi with the “Best Celebrity Twitter Feed” trophy. We’re truly humbled to be included in a category that features incredible people and projects like Make It Right NOLA (Best Celebrity Foundation), Newman’s Own Organics (Best Celebrity Green Product), Neil Young (Best Celebrity Over 50), Jack Johnson (Best Celebrity Under 50), and Daryl Hannah (Best Celebrity).

It’s also fantastic to share rank with some online powerhouses like Max Gladwell (Best Green Social Media Site), Chelsea Green (Best Green Publisher), and Dave Burdick (HuffPo Green Editor). You can check out the full list of winners in the category here.

Now, the awards don’t end there! Treehugger is leaving it up to readers to choose one winner from each category to represent! Would you please vote for us? Basically, you rate each winner on a scale from 1-10. In the words of Bruno from Dancing With The Stars, we would love a “Sexy 10!” Click here to vote!

And finally, a big shout-out and thank you to the people who have helped take the helm of our Twitter feed and turned it into the award-winning, crazy, sexy, cool extension of the site it is today. Alli Gerkman (follow) really kicked us off and we’re indebted to her for putting so much time and effort into our Tweets. We’re also excited about our two new sassy guest tweeters — Tracie Boyle (follow) and Dianne Hanlon-Druyff (follow). Many thanks to all.

So what are you waiting for? VOTE and then FOLLOW us here!

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