Honoring Earth Day

  • Bennington residents Gaston Green, 19, left, and Jordan Fogg, 12, participate in the town's annual Earth Day cleanup on Saturday. <br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Bennington residents Gaston Green, 19, left, and Jordan Fogg, 12, participate in the town's annual Earth Day cleanup on Saturday.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Logan Burnham, 8, of Bennington, picks up pieces of trash and puts them in his 11-year-old brother Jackson's trash bag. The Burnhams were part of the G.E.P Dodge Library group that cleaned up Bruce Edes Memorial Forest.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Logan Burnham, 8, of Bennington, picks up pieces of trash and puts them in his 11-year-old brother Jackson's trash bag. The Burnhams were part of the G.E.P Dodge Library group that cleaned up Bruce Edes Memorial Forest.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Linda Blanchard, left, and Dawn Baybutt, both of Bennington, confiscate any trash found on the side of the Route 47 in Bennington near Crotched Mountain Ski and Ride on Saturday, as part of the town's Earth Day cleanup.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Linda Blanchard, left, and Dawn Baybutt, both of Bennington, confiscate any trash found on the side of the Route 47 in Bennington near Crotched Mountain Ski and Ride on Saturday, as part of the town's Earth Day cleanup.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Gaston Green, 19, left, and Jordan Fogg, 12, both of Bennington, headed south out of the VFW along the train tracks on Saturday's Earth Day cleanup to gather any trash on the ground.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Gaston Green, 19, left, and Jordan Fogg, 12, both of Bennington, headed south out of the VFW along the train tracks on Saturday's Earth Day cleanup to gather any trash on the ground.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Bennington residents Gaston Green, 19, left, and Jordan Fogg, 12, participate in the town's annual Earth Day cleanup on Saturday. <br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Logan Burnham, 8, of Bennington, picks up pieces of trash and puts them in his 11-year-old brother Jackson's trash bag. The Burnhams were part of the G.E.P Dodge Library group that cleaned up Bruce Edes Memorial Forest.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Linda Blanchard, left, and Dawn Baybutt, both of Bennington, confiscate any trash found on the side of the Route 47 in Bennington near Crotched Mountain Ski and Ride on Saturday, as part of the town's Earth Day cleanup.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Gaston Green, 19, left, and Jordan Fogg, 12, both of Bennington, headed south out of the VFW along the train tracks on Saturday's Earth Day cleanup to gather any trash on the ground.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
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