Where to recycle your Christmas tree in Metro Detroit
Don’t fret: The end of Christmas can mean a new beginning for your Christmas tree through recycling. After the holidays are over, many cities offer pick up or drop off services for Christmas tree recycling. Here’s a list of some Christmas tree recycling options available to Metro Detroiters:Note: In order for a tree to be recycled, it must be bare of any decorations or accessories that are not naturally part of the tree. Royal OakResidents can leave undecorated Christmas trees at their curb for pick up during the first two weeks of January. If your city is not offering a Christmas tree recycling service, you may be able to drop off your natural tree at a local compost facility.
All the reasons to start composting, or making your own ‘black gold’
She was featured on a recent episode of “The Best Advice Show,” a podcast that offers quick episodes -- we’re talking less than 5 minutes, with most around 2! “Black gold,” as it’s sometimes called, has so many benefits to the soil and the food system. If you have a yard or an outdoor space, you can build a compost bin out of four wooden pallets, and then tie them together at the corners. “The Best Advice Show" podcast creator and host Zak Rosen wants to hear from you next. “The Best Advice Show" is a product of Graham Media Group.