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Earth Day


With Earth Day this weekend, a number of local groups are doing their part to clean up the earth. Anything from picking up garbage, to planting trees in parks.

On Six Nations, the 12th annual Earth Day Festival celebrates the earth, sky, water and nature.



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OakieRF says:

good weather for this compared to last weekend lol

Mccrank says:

Save hundreds of dollars a year by making most of your water and sewer bills go away with water conservation. Take a trip south in the winter with the money you save instead of handing it over to the District. Google “Oppose Bracebridge Sewers” for the website which describes a lot of water and power saving ideas. Some are no cost and produce big savings. Governments keep whining about infrastructure costs. The future is a greatly reduced need followed by elimination of residential water, sewer and hydro services.

Sandra says:

Everyday is earth day in our house LED before they were popular etc. etc.

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