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After the real Christmas tree is selected, decorated, enjoyed during the holidays, remember to take the ornaments and tinsel off and recycle the tree.

LIBERTY — When the holidays come to an end (or when the branches and needles start to dry out), Liberty Parks & Recreation makes it easy to recycle the undecorated Christmas tree.

Drop off that undecorated, live trees at Bennett Park, 1100 N. Clayview Drive, to be chipped and recycled into natural trail resurfacing.

Be sure all ornaments, lights and tinsel have been removed. Trees will be accepted Dec. 23 -Jan. 30. Follow the signs to the designated recycling area.

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