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Outdoors events fill January

Posted: Friday, December 24, 2010 4:00 pm

The Little River Canyon Center will be serving up fun with an array of events scheduled after the first of the year.

On Jan. 8, participants can learn about climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy and more as part of a "greener day" event.

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