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Did you shutterbug it up at the 5th Annual Green Festival on Saturday? Upload your pictures here. (Just push the big green button marked "Upload Photos and Videos." Need a primer? Click here.) Beautiful weather and eco-consciousness made for a wonderful turnout.
The green event runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. along Irvin Avenue, where the farmers market will be held in a few weeks.
Spring has sprung, and with it, the annual borough celebration of all things verdant, hopeful and just plain crunchy-granola good. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, the fifth Collingswood Green Festival will take over Irvin Avenue (note to farmers market regulars: it's the same, sub-Speedline location) and the stretch of parking lot that runs from the back of the police station to Collings Ave. Vendors will retail eco-friendly products and tips for creating a more sustainable household, from cloth diapering to locavore dining. Various food share and community supported agriculture (CSA) organizations will be on hand to discuss alternative food purchasing arrangements. The Camden County Hazardous Waste Collection event will also take place at…
Eco Week at Collingswood Patch kicks off with a visual recap of Saturday's Green festival.
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