Join us on Green Up Day - Saturday, May 2 at 10:30 AM - at the Vermont Gas pipeyard in Williston to green up Vermont's energy future by saying "No!" to the Vermont Gas pipeline expansion. Since 1970, Green Up Day has brought Vermonters together to clean up our roadsides, town greens, and neighborhoods. This year, we're emboldening this community spirit to address the climate crisis.
You've heard about the skyrocketing costs, the construction delays, the cancellation of "Phase II", the eminent domain proceedings, and that the state is currently considering whether to revoke the project's permit. The entire project is teetering; we need you now to stop the project once and for all.
We'll have green trash bags, of course, to do our part in greening up Vermont, and signs, banners, and songs. Vermont Gas customers will be there to say "We're not buying - not new fossil fuel infrastructure, not more rate increases." Landowners in the pipeline's path will be there to say "We're not selling - not our farmland, not our rights." Will you be there too?