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Earth Day blossoms in the Capital District

The community can help out with service projects at the Albany Pine Bush Preserve on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 20, 21 and 22 in honor of Earth Day.

The community can help out with service projects at the Albany Pine Bush Preserve on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 20, 21 and 22 in honor of Earth Day. Submitted Photo

— “There are a lot of people doing really great things, so we wanted to have a lot of community partners involved,” said Kolankowski, who named NYSERDA, Woodlawn Preserve and The Environmental Clearinghouse Inc. as a few partners.

There will also be a plant sale, a master gardener program, discounted soil testing, a recycling information table, children’s planting activity and eco-friendly giveaways like books and composting tools.

In Saratoga Springs, take a walk along the Bog Meadow Trail on Route 29 from 7 to 10 a.m. It’s led by Marne Onderdonk, a “bird enthusiast” and member of the Hudson-Mohawk Bird Club.

To learn more about Earth Day and what it all means, visit www.earthday.org.

-Jon Wittmann contributed to this report

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