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  • Travel Green this Fall

    by Casey | Posted on September 15th, 2011

    Green EventIf you love the showy foliage of fall and stunning blooms of spring, consider ways that your travel plans might make a difference in keeping beautiful the views we treasure.

    If you aren’t familiar with Virginia Green, it’s a program that recognizes travel and tourism related businesses embracing sustainable practices. If you choose wisely when you travel in Virginia, you can create an abundantly green vacation, and reward the businesses for going above and beyond.

    Get started!

     

    Learn more about how your tourism related business can become Virginia Green certified: http://www.deq.virginia.gov/p2/virginiagreen/homepage.html



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    2 Responses to “Travel Green this Fall”

    1. ..Official Tourism Website of the Commonwealth of Virginia 2011 .For Virginia citizen and business services visit .

    2. Nenad says:

      “Green” can be fun for a change. Gonna research more. Thanx for additional links