Recycling remains the headlines, third Trustees Market scheduled for today

In the wake the Savannah city council’s approval of a contract with Pratt Recycling, local media have been devoting attention to the issue. The round up includes:

No sorting required: Council approves ‘single-stream’ recycling,” by Linda Sickler in Connect Savannah.

And

Savannah’s recycling initiative sets example,” by Eric Curl in the Savannah Morning News.

Also of note in the Savannah Morning News is Bill Dawers’ story, “Cha Bella trends toward local agriculture.

And that’s a good segue to an event happening today, right down the street from Cha Bella. Today from 4-7 p.m. Trustees Market will host a “celebration of a growing community of producers and consumers of local, sustainable products.” The event will be held at 688 Randolph St. For more information, visit the Trustees Garden Web site.

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