Conservation Celebration

I got an email from a fellow environment lover about a really cool thing going on in Arlington this weekend, billed as the Conservation Celebration:

Get supplies and information on green cleaning, native plants, rain barrels, and compost bins. Check out a real biodiesel car and tour Arlington County government’s only geothermal building – Taylor Elementary. Hear Arlington County Board Chairman Paul Ferguson or plant a tree with State Delegate Bob Brink. Drop off any of the following (clean) material for local organizations to reuse and recycle: bubble wrap, packaging peanuts, Styrofoam blocks, batteries (all but car batteries), yogurt cups and tubs (#5), cell phones, ink jet printer cartridges, lids and bottle caps of any kind, yarn, and fabric.

Location – Taylor Elementary, 2600 N. Stuart St., Arlington, VA 22207
Time: Saturday, April 14, 9:00 a.m. to noon
For more information click here and dig the pdf document!

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