With the Otsego County Conservation Association’s 14th Annual Earth Festival fast approaching organizers are once again providing opportunities for attendees to recycle hard to get rid of items. Among the items being accepted include clean white Styrofoam, non-working Christmas lights; toilet and paper towel tubes; window envelopes; used fishing line and inkjet cartridges. Free document shredding is available from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. with a five-box per person limit. The festival is April 21 at Milford Central School.

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