Sugarbush Resort Continues Commitment to the Environment for Green Up Day


Warren, VT (May 17, 2016) – On Thursday, April 28th, employees at Sugarbush Resort collected 70 bags of trash and 36 bags of recycling in honor of Green Up Day. A total of 100 resort employees collectively spent 224.5 hours greening up on resort property, as well as along German Flats Road, Sugarbush Access Road, Inferno Road, and Golf Course Road.

Sugarbush also remains committed to the environment in other ways: Timbers Restaurant is a member of 1% For The Planet, a global collection of businesses pledging one-percent of revenues to environmental causes, all off-road diesel machinery at the resort uses biodiesel fuel whenever possible, the resort is a voluntary member of the NSAA Climate Challenge, and the resort works closely with numerous environmental partners including the U.S. Forest Service, Catamount Trail Association, Green Mountain Club, Mad River Watershed Conservation Partnership, Friends of the Mad River, Mad River Path Association, Mad River Valley Planning District, and Vermont Business Environmental Partnership.

Interesting items found by employees during their Green Up Day included money, an unopened bottle of wine, and a three-foot piece of foam rubber.