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Green Malden Fair encouraged a sustainable, environmentally friendly city

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  Saturday’s Green Malden Fair included free shrub saplings, Malden Youth Garden Club, Bike to the Sea tune-ups, specialized recycling, Malden Climate Action Plan Kickoff, Wicked Cool Mystic Team, and Malden River Works at Pine Banks Park.

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Bike to the Sea volunteer Brooke Ashleigh (at left) and Bike to the Sea Executive Director Jonah Chiarenza fixed brakes on a bicycle.
Trident Electronics Recycling Operations Director Peter Connolly disposed of an approximately 10-year-old television.
Nathan Price, of Save That Stuff, Inc. with approximately 40 bags of Styrofoam inside a box truck.
Malden resident Kaela Goldstein got a nannyberry viburnum root from Tree Warden Chris Rosa during Saturday’s Green Malden Fair at Pine Banks Park.
At the Mystic River Watershed Association’s exhibit’s map, Charlotte Taylor put a pin on Mount Vernon Street as a hot location, referencing global warming.
Event organizers, pictured from left to right: Friends of the Malden River President Karen Buck, Mayor’s Youth Employment Program staff Dina Genene, Yanni Genene and Hajar Azegza, Communications Director Ronald Cochran, Sustainability and Grants Manager Emily Granoff, Councillor-at-Large Carey McDonald, Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) Transportation Manager Marah Holland and MAPC Climate and Energy Planner Julia Nassar.
Members of the Malden High School Garden Club, shown from left to right: Shawree Edwards, Jadelini Mora and Megan Le sold crocheted items.
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Pictured from left to right: mayoral candidate Lissette Alvarado, community advocate Kathy Sullivan and Friends of Roosevelt Park member John Saia are shown helping to save Roosevelt Park from becoming an artificial turf field. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
Ward 2 Councillor candidate Sheila Rachels (far left) and her mother, Susanne, placed a sticker where she wants to put in community environmental projects, such as farmers markets.

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