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Earth Day is Wednesday April 22nd


* Local Recycling news
* North Branford Sunflower Project & Pollinator Pathways seeds available
* Letter from President of NBLCT

On Wednesday, April 22nd we celebrate
the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

Local Recycling News
To help celebrate Earth Day, the Recycling Committee asks that your family considers having a Neighborhood Property Cleanup day. It would be a good way to keep busy in the fresh air and doing good for the Earth at the same time. Please wear appropriate clothing and use gloves if needed. Remember to social distance with your neighbors.
Bulky Waste pickup just happens to be the week of April 20 – 24, on your regular trash day, or sometime after. You can reference your purple Recycling Information card about what is not accepted as bulky waste.
Electronics, like TVs, are not considered bulky waste. The next electronics drop off will be July 11th at Public Works.
Our refuse company asks that tree limbs be tied into bundles of no longer than 4 feet long.The leaf drop off is open on the next 2 Saturdays, April 18th and April 25th from 9-3.� Just allow for social distancing. There will be a curbside leaf pickup during the week of April 27 – May 1 on your regular trash day.

North Branford Sunflower Project and Pollinator Pathways Return
Volunteers from a broad section of our community from young’uns at Child Care to Seniors at Everygreen Woods and our schools, have been filling packets with sunflower seeds and wildflower seeds. These free seed packets are now available at both our Libraries (outside entrances) and at the NB Food Pantry.. Planting season is approaching – mid May is recommended.
Let’s bring some smiles back this Summer, businesses are encouraged to participate, if you cannot find seed packets let us know – Economic Development Commission at Town Hall 203 484 1034 edc@townofnorthbranfordct.com

North Branford Land Conservation Trust 
(NBLCT) Letter from the President
NBLCT is one of the gems of our community and needs your support to build and maintain recreational trails and offer educational programs throughout the year.- LOOKING AHEAD “we will keep you updated on calendar events in the months ahead -get out on our trails it’s a great way to enjoy the great outdoors and still practice social distancing Go to www.nblandtrust.org to check out our trails “

Dave Sargent, President NBLCT

Roger Salway
Economic Development Coordinator
Town of North Branford
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