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Tree-mendously safe 

The Annual Organic Christmas Tree and Chemical-Free Wreath Campaign starts this week-end.

It's that time of year again---the holidays are almost upon us. And the pressure is on to spend, consume and waste. The Ecology Action Centre, on the other hand, is busy prepping for its annual preemptive damage control effort.

The Annual Organic Christmas Tree and Chemical-Free Wreath Campaign invites people to green their holidays by buying trees and wreaths through the EAC. All proceeds will go to EAC in support of its environmental projects across the province.

To order, drop by the EAC table at the Farmer's market November 21, 28 and December 5. Trees and wreaths can be picked up on December 12 between 9am and 1pm at the Bloomfield Centre.

Check out for some alternative ordering options, including online orders.

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