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  1. Christmas Tree Roundup

    Roundup Provides Eco-Solution For Fresh-Cut Christmas Trees

    After the flurry of gift-giving and turkey stuffing, residents will have an opportunity to properly dispose of fresh-cut Christmas trees for recycling during Irving’s annual Christmas Tree Roundup. Read on...
  2. Made in America Holiday Challenge

    Take the Made in America Holiday Challenge 2014

    The average American spends more than $700 annually on holiday shopping. If just 10 percent ($70) of this was spent on gifts made in the United States, the economic impact would equate to the creation of over 200,000 American jobs, according to ABC News. Read on...
  3. Free 2015 Eco-Calendar

    Free 2015 Eco-Calendar Available

    The 2015 Eco-Calendar will be available early December, featuring a different environmental topic each month, as well as ecology-minded tips and Be Green class listings for each month. Read on...
  4. Mulch Helps Protect Plants

    Mulch Helps Protect Plants

    Applying mulch to gardens and flower beds will help retain moisture, which is critical in a drought or dry summer. A 4-inch layer of mulch on the soil surface, especially in sloping gardens, helps keep water from washing away soil ... Read on...
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