Discarded Christmas trees can go to the curb and end up in a landfill, just taking up space, or they can be recycled, their chips added to mulch that will contribute to the local ecosystem.
Thanks to project founders Jennifer Molski, Tony Manos and a host of volunteers, the choice is an easy one in the H-F area.
For the eighth year, the HF Christmas Tree and Holiday Lights Program will be accepting trees and unwanted strings of holiday lights so that they can be recycled.
The project has recycled an estimated 4,300 trees the past seven years . . .
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