And the Winner Is…

The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance is pleased to announce the winner of the 2012 Go Green Youth Challenge!

Daniel Axford Elementary and Oxford Schools Extended Day Program raised over $400 this year in support of trees in Michigan.  This is the second year Daniel Axford Elementary and Oxford Schools has won the Go Green Youth Challenge.  We would like to thank them for their continued support and for the time and energy put into collecting such an impressive total.

Here is what Linda Travnikar, a teacher at Daniel Axford Elementary had to say:  “The Oxford School District supports thinking green and promotes this philosophy to our students.  Our students saw this program as an opportunity to do our part to keep Michigan both beautiful and green!”


The Go Green Youth Challenge is a state-wide initiative to engage youth in environmental stewardship, community development, and service-learning by participating in a campaign to plant trees in Michigan.  All money collected during the Challenge directly goes to tree plantings across the state.  Be sure to look for next year’s Go Green Youth Challenge in January 2013!

Participants at the Grand Prize Tree Planting at

Daniel Axford Elementary in 2011


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