Congratulations to the 2017 overall Poster Design Contest winner, Hope Petraro, Grade 9, from Montpelier! Click on the poster to view a larger image of it.

Congratulations to the 3 statewide grade category winners:

Grade category K-4 winner: Misha Chirkov, Grade 2, Newbury

Grade category 5-8 winner: Graciana Maier, Grade 7, Sunderland

Grade category 9-12 winner: Perin Patel, Mt. Anthony Union High School, Grade 11, teacher – Jim. Cross.

2017 Writing Contest winner to be announced.

Did you know that you can now give to Green Up Vermont on your Vermont State Income Tax Return? Click here for more information! 

Are you a new volunteer or town coordinator? Visit the Green Up Guides page for more information about participating, organizing and promoting Green Up Day.

VTrans unveiled a new app for the public to use to report issues on State Highways for Green Up Day 2016. Needles or hazardous waste found on State Highways around Green Up Day 2017 can be reported here on their website or download their new App to report it.

Green Up Vermont is non-profit organization responsible for Green Up Day’s continuing success. Individuals can support us by Clicking Here to Donate Online. Vermonters can also give on Line 29 when they file their State Income Tax Return. Learn more here. Consider including Green Up Vermont in your planned and legacy giving. Green Up now works directly with the Vermont Community Foundation on this, so please contact them if you are interested. Participation AND donations make Green Up Day happen!