Earth Day came early at Peck Family Farm in Geneva Saturday, where people browsed the Geneva Green Market, found rain barrels and compost bins for sale and took advantage of bike tuneups, free paper shredding, electronic recycling and more. Games and crafts entertained kids and the Chicago-based nonprofit Working Bikes collected old bicycles, sewing machines and wheelchairs for repairs and reuse. Earth Day is April 22.
updated: 4/12/2014 8:46 PM
Earth Day comes early In Geneva
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