Green Up Vermont's mission is to promote the stewardship of our state's natural landscape and waterways and the livability of our communities by involving people in Green Up Day and raising public awareness about the benefits of a litter-free environment. Vermont was the first state to designate a day to clean up the entire state. Started in 1970 by Gov. Deane C. Davis, our unique tradition continues with thousands of Vermonters taking care of Vermont. 2022 marks the 52nd anniversary. To read more about the history of Green Up Vermont CLICK HERE


Stats for 2022:

Trash: 1.8 tons

Tires: 2.1 tons

Recyclables Redeemables: 9 bags

Yearly Green Up Day Totals


Trash: 1.8 tons

Tires: 2.1 tons

Recyclables Redeemables: 9 bags


Trash: 2.53 Tons

Tires: 2.68 Tons

Scrap Metal: TBD

Recyclables/Redeemables: 8 garbage bags


Trash: 1.18 Tons

Tires (2 trucks) totaling: 2.15 Tons

Scrap Metal: 0.82 Tons/1,640lLbs

Redeemables: 5 garbage bags


Trash: 1.58 tons/3168 lbs

Redeemables/Recyclables: 10 contractor bags

Tires: 3.25 tons/6500 lbs

Scrap meta:l .34 tons/680 lbs


Trash: 1.58 tons/3168 lbs

Tires: 1.91 Tons/3820 lbs

Scrap metal: .25 Tons/500 lbs


Green Up bags of trash: 1.47 tons/2940 lbs.

Tires: 2.59 tons/5,180 lbs

Scrap Meta:l 1.26 tons/2,520 lbs

Join Us Saturday, May 7, 2022!

Green Up Day (GUD) coordinators, Ken Spencer and Kim Findlay are back this year. Please feel free to email us with any questions.

Please Sign Up for a Route!

Please make Green Up Day more efficient and user friendly by signing up for a route. That way we know which roads are getting cleaned up and which roads still need to be done. Sign up and details page. On Saturday, you can sign up at the school only.

Other Events and Activities

There will be e-waste recycling available again this year. Please see Events and Activities page.

Trash/Recycling Resources & Information

Be sure to check out our Resources and Information page which has lots of helpful links and videos about reducing our waste stream, recycling, composting, and more!

Thanks again to Junior and Leslie Lewis for their help!

They will make their trucks available on May 7th.

PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE BAGS ALONG THE ROADSIDE. The town does not pick up bags and neither do the GUD coordinators.

Photos from 2020 L to R: Axel Macik greens up!, Kim and Ken co-coordinate, full trucks, the final map-almost all roads greened up!

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Green Up Day 2022!

Saturday, May 7th

9 am to 4 pm at Charlotte Central School


  1. Sign up for a route online before 6 pm May 6th

  2. or Sign up for a route by emailing Kim

  3. or Sign up for a route at the school on Saturday

  4. Get bags (Library, Old Brick, Spear's Corner Store, Town Hall starting April 30th; at the event on May 7th)

  5. Green up your route

  6. Bring bags back to CCS

  7. Volunteer at the event


Overall poster winner: Maarina H., 7th Grade from Shelburne Community School