Vermont Governor’s Awards
Annual Vermont Award for Environmental Excellence
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Vermont Governor’s Award
The State of Vermont would like to honor your environmentally friendly actions. If you have taken the time to conserve and protect natural resources or help prevent pollution – you may win.
Applications are being accepted every year. Check the web site for details. The Vermont Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence is an annual tradition. Applications are encouraged from individuals, business, industry and trade or professional organizations, Environmental, Community and Non-Profit Organizations, Hospitals, Municipalities, Schools, Teachers, Students and Public Agencies.
The Vermont Governor’s Awards began in 1993 to recognize the actions taken by Vermonters to conserve and protect natural resources, prevent pollution, and promote environmental sustain ability.
More than 175 award-winning efforts have thus far been recognized. Environmentally friendly projects help to protect the environment, conserve energy and reduce greenhouse gasses.
The only way to apply is online. All applications must be received electronically. Follow this Governors Award Application link.
If you have any questions about the Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence, contact Emma Schumann at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-241-3600. Vermont Living thanks you for helping to protect the Vermont environment.
Past recipients of the Vermont Governor’s Award of Excellence
Vermont Woodlands Association and Forestry school and Vermont Tree Program