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Green Up Day

  • Above: Shawn Merrill, of Chelsea, left, ties his daughter Savannah’s shoe, while picking up trash during Green Up Day in Hartford yesterday. At right, Merrill’s neice Sapphire Fleming, 6, shows her cousin Hunter Merrill, 11, her broken glove. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Above: Shawn Merrill, of Chelsea, left, ties his daughter Savannah’s shoe, while picking up trash during Green Up Day in Hartford yesterday. At right, Merrill’s neice Sapphire Fleming, 6, shows her cousin Hunter Merrill, 11, her broken glove. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hartford Tree Board member and certified pest first detector Amalia Torres, of Quechee, left, shows 5-year-old Avery Lemire an emerald ash borer during the board’s Arbor Day Sale yesterday. The tree board holds the sale each spring to raise money and educate the public about threats from invasive plants and insects. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Hartford Tree Board member and certified pest first detector Amalia Torres, of Quechee, left, shows 5-year-old Avery Lemire an emerald ash borer during the board’s Arbor Day Sale yesterday. The tree board holds the sale each spring to raise money and educate the public about threats from invasive plants and insects. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hunter Merrill, 11, reaches for a discarded bottle on the side of VA Cutoff Road in White River Junction during Green Up Day. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Hunter Merrill, 11, reaches for a discarded bottle on the side of VA Cutoff Road in White River Junction during Green Up Day. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Above: Shawn Merrill, of Chelsea, left, ties his daughter Savannah’s shoe, while picking up trash during Green Up Day in Hartford yesterday. At right, Merrill’s neice Sapphire Fleming, 6, shows her cousin Hunter Merrill, 11, her broken glove. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)
  • Hartford Tree Board member and certified pest first detector Amalia Torres, of Quechee, left, shows 5-year-old Avery Lemire an emerald ash borer during the board’s Arbor Day Sale yesterday. The tree board holds the sale each spring to raise money and educate the public about threats from invasive plants and insects. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)
  • Hunter Merrill, 11, reaches for a discarded bottle on the side of VA Cutoff Road in White River Junction during Green Up Day. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

Above: Shawn Merrill, of Chelsea, left, ties his daughter Savannah’s shoe, while picking up trash during Green Up Day in Hartford yesterday. At right, Merrill’s neice Sapphire Fleming, 6, shows her cousin Hunter Merrill, 11, her broken glove. Right: Hartford Tree Board member and certified pest first detector Amalia Torres, of Quechee, left, shows 5-year-old Avery Lemire an emerald ash borer during the board’s Arbor Day Sale yesterday. The tree board holds the sale each spring to raise money and educate the public about threats from invasive plants and insects.

Valley News photographs — James M. Patterson