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Ridge Meadows Recycling's November, 2016 newsletter
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This winter, 

Metro Vancouver's "Create Memories, Not Garbage" campaign has LOTS of ideas for greening up the holidays! From gift ideas to wrapping, from decorating to leftovers, make sure you check out their website to help you prepare for    
(& clean up after!) the holidays:

Gift Ideas:

Gift Wrapping Ideas:

Tips to Reduce:

Save the Date! 

Earth Day 2017 is going “Back to Nature” and we can't wait to highlight our local nature - one of the best things about living in Maple Ridge! Our focus is on getting people outdoors (and away from screens!) and starting with the Polar Bear Swim at Alouette Lake on New Year's Day, we will be partnering with other groups to promote a number of lead-up events (family hikes, nature printing & sketching, fish release, geocaching, etc.) that will help people explore our beautiful green spaces and reconnect with nature, the community, and themselves. Follow us on Facebook to learn more or visit www.mrearthday.ca  

Join us for the big Earth Day event on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10am – 2pm at Memorial Peace Park!

 

Ridge Meadows Recycling Society is a community-based, non-profit organization, advocating zero waste, operating responsible waste reduction services and providing environmental education.
We employ people with developmental disabilities assisting their integration into the community.

Vision: A waste free, socially responsible community

www.rmrecycling.org

Copyright © 2016 Ridge Meadows Recycling Society, All rights reserved.


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