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Despite the federal government dodging the difficult environmental decisions, Murwillumbah families found time to smile as the Caldera Environment Centre (CEC) celebrated World Environment Day at Knox Park on Sunday.

Live music, food, acrobats and the locally grown Hoopla Circus kept the kids amused while talks on how to wipe out those hefty electricity bills and tips on how to grow a bumper crop got adults enthused.

There was also a host of environmental and sustainable business stalls, including Tweed Landcare, Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers, Tweed Climate Action Now, Solar Tek, Sunbeam Solar, Solar Trailers, Birdlife Northern Rivers, Northern Rivers Guardians and Farmer’s Choice Organics.”


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