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The Trash Series: Where Does Yard Waste Go?

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Did you know that, in Cary, yard waste like leaves, grass clippings and branches can be put out at the curb to be picked up with your regular trash?…

New Children’s Nature Trail Opens in Cary

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The very latest addition to Hemlock Bluffs--the Children’s Nature Trail--was dedicated by the Town of Cary on National Trails Day, June 6, 2015.…

Garden: Using Up-cycled Containers

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One of the neatest gardening trends is up-cycled container gardening. Here's how to do it yourself.…

Make Your Yard a Wildlife Oasis

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Learn how to make your own backyard a certified wildlife habitat for birds, bees and butterflies.…

Growth Effects on Transit, Schools & Water

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WakeUp Wake County held a public information session about our region's growth on Monday, May 4, 2015 at Park West Village's BlackFinn restaurant.…

Cary Creative Center: Now Open at the Mall

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The Cary Creative Center, a thrift store for artists, just opened at the Cary Towne Center mall.…

Attract Birds to Your Backyard: Here’s How

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Backyard bird watching is a growing pastime in America. What does it take to make your property an attraction for birds? It’s simple and inexpensive!…

Joy Pike Honored at Cary Arbor Day Celebration

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Under a sunny sky, the Town of Cary celebrated Arbor Day on Saturday, March 21, 2015 by honoring Joy Pike with an Eastern red bud tree to be planted at the Herb Young Community Center in Downtown.…

Go Green in Cary with 3 Spring Events

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Sarah Justice, Environmental Outreach Program Coordinator, was excited to tell CaryCitizen about three upcoming opportunities that help Cary residents "Go Green" with the Town.…

Meet the Backyard Winter Birds of Cary

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Bird watchers in the Cary area can enjoy a wide variety of species in their own backyards. Some of these winter birds are migratory and can only be seen here in the cooler months. The following are among the most visible of these winter visitors.…

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