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Protect the planet this Halloween

 

Last updated 10/24/2017 at Noon

pumpkins deteriorate rather quickly, and homeowners might be quick to simply toss them into the garbage with the rest of their trash. But pumpkins can make great additions to compost piles. Courtesy photo

TEMECULA – In the minds of children and even many adults, Halloween is one of the best days of the year. Youngsters love to dress up as monsters, beloved television characters or superheroes in the pursuit of candy, while their parents often enjoy some Halloween fun of their own.

Celebrants might not have the environment in mind come Oct. 31, but there are a handful of opportunities for all those participating in Halloween festivities to make their celebrations eco-friendly.

Hand out locally-produced treats. Candied apples can be found at Halloween parties, and some people even give the...



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