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Get ready for Murfreesboro’s 13th Annual Earth Day Celebration. Mimi Keisling (KEYS-ling), Rutherford County's Environmental Education Coordinator, says it will once again take place on the historic downtown square...

 

Save the date...April 26...from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the square. Organizers are expecting a record number of visitors to attend the event – an extravaganza that offers a wide variety of activities for young and old alike.

This year’s theme is Trees-Let the Green be Seen. Trees are such a vital part of our communities. Planting trees around your home can increase its value up to 15% or more. The trees you plant remove CO2 from the air, produce oxygen and provide a home for wildlife. If shade trees are planted east and west of your home, they can cut your cooling cost by 15-35%.

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