The present Vermont flag was adopted in 1919 and consists of the state seal on a blue field. The seal depicts the picturesque Vermont landscape. A single pine tree stands before the Green Mountains with a cow and three wheat sheaves below in the shield. On either side of the shield are pine branches, a stag’s head above. The state name and motto, “Freedom and Unity”, are in a scroll below the shield. The flag is made of 100% nylon material. This authentic flag is finished to be durable for both residential and commercial use.
If you’re looking for a more formal version of this flag check out our Vermont Ceremonial Flag.