Letter to the editor: Alcohol-related litter is plentiful

As a frequent cyclist on Vermont’s roads (preferably the gravel ones) I have an additional perspective. 

Get outside and help on Green Up Day

We know it isn’t your litter but Vermont needs our help. Pick up your free Green Up supplies from your Volunteer Town Coordinator and spend an hour or two picking up litter around your town.

Editorial: Plan to make Green Up fun

With snow gone and the flowers springing to life along Vermont’s roadsides, drivers also notice winter’s detritus — bottles, cans, cardboard, paper, tires, plastics of all sorts.

Volunteer to Green Up Vermont on May 6

Want to go for a walk on May 6 and help make Vermont an even more beautiful place?

Get ready to Green Up!

Folks in Leicester are determined to clean every single road in town on Green Up Day this year, which falls on Saturday, May 7, and they will be keeping track of that goal at the Town Garage on Fern Lake Road.

Editorial: Two notes of importance

Here’s the deal about Green Up Day: it works best if you coordinate your efforts with your town.

Letter to the editor: Do your part on Green Up Day

Have you noticed all the litter on the roadsides? Litter is even floating in our rivers and lakes! It makes us look like we don’t care about our state.

Vermont celebrates Green Up Day May 1

ADDISON COUNTY — A time-honored rite of springtime in Vermont will return this Saturday, May 1, with the marking of Green Up Day. Thousands of Vermonters will take to the roadsides, fields and stream banks to clean up and green up our beautiful state. Tow … (read more)

Editorial: Green Up’s miraculous spirit

If you were hesitate to get out of the house last year to pick up the litter for Green Up Day, let’s double-down on our Green Up efforts this year by spending a couple hours each to make Addison County’s roadsides, parks and streams cleaner than ever. Gre … (read more)

Green Up Day moved to May 30

MONTPELIER — Green Up Vermont has been closely monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) communications and guidance from the Vermont Department of Health, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports, and daily news from Gov. Phil Scott and the federal governmen … (read more)