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Who We Are

Greensburg GreenTown is a charitable nonprofit organization working in Greensburg, Kansas to rebuild the town following the devastating tornado in May of 2007. The town has made a remarkable comeback, reinventing itself as a model for sustainable building and green living now recognized around the world. GreenTown works to make green building and living easily understood, appealing and accessible to all.

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Member Recognition

As with any nonprofit organization, GreenTown relies upon the generous support of individual and corporate contributions. We thank everyone who has already contributed to our work, and look forward to welcoming new members and partners.



2014 Support

Monarch Cement, Humboldt Kansas

City of Greensburg

Bolen Office Supply, Pratt, Kansas

2013 Members

Corporate & Foundation Members

Monarch Cement, Humboldt, KS and Joplin Concrete, Joplin, MO. In addition to providing funding for the Silo Eco-Home, Monarch has made it possible for us to set up our Joplin affiliate, GreenTown Joplin.

Best Western Night Watchman Inn, Greensburg, KS

Cash Advance

Joplin Regional Business Journal

Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education (KACEE) Manhattan, KS

Missouri Gas Energy

Nisly Brothers, Hutchinson, KS

Portland Cement Association

Reilly Realtors, Austin TX

Show Me The Ozarks magazine, Joplin, MO

Squarespace website for Sustainable Disaster Recovery Handbook

Wild About Water! Joplin


Individual Members





Scott Brown, Greensburg



Chuck & Estelle Bennett, Minnesota

Sue Bumpous, Maryland




Kim and Ki Gamble, Greensburg, Kansas

Nancy Magliery, Colorado




Chris Cline-Cardot, Colorado

Mark O'Renick, Missouri

H. Christine Richards, Minnesota

Katherine Slama, in memory of Jeff Slama

Merrily Wallach, Colorado




Jennifer Amy-Dressler, Minnesota

Bill Astle, Kansas

Chris Cline-Cardot, Colorado

Steven Frankforter, South Carolina

Valerie Garrett, Oregon

Jay Guerra, Missouri

Anita Hill, Minnesota - Honoring the work of Joah Bussert

Ken Hunt, New York

Alyssa Kapnik Portraiture, California

Deanne Kapnik, Colorado

WenDee LaPlant, Kansas

Tammy Schlingmann, Kansas

James Schmidt, Greensburg

In memory of Judith Irene Schoenberger, from friends of her beloved daughter, Heather Augustine