From left, Frank Emminger and Doug Crowley, both members of the Lowcountry Rotary Club, help Dwight Crosby, Kevin Jaundo and Bob Robinson of Bartlett Tree Experts feed Christmas trees into a wood chipper Saturday on Lady's Island. The Grinding of the Greens project recycles Christmas trees and provides free mulch to those who bring a container to haul it away. The event is sponsored by Keep Beaufort County Beautiful and Beaufort County Solid Waste Recycling.
From left, Frank Emminger and Doug Crowley, both members of the Lowcountry Rotary Club, help Dwight Crosby, Kevin Jaundo and Bob Robinson of Bartlett Tree Experts feed Christmas trees into a wood chipper Saturday on Lady's Island. The Grinding of the Greens project recycles Christmas trees and provides free mulch to those who bring a container to haul it away. The event is sponsored by Keep Beaufort County Beautiful and Beaufort County Solid Waste Recycling. Delayna Earley, staff photo
From left, Frank Emminger and Doug Crowley, both members of the Lowcountry Rotary Club, help Dwight Crosby, Kevin Jaundo and Bob Robinson of Bartlett Tree Experts feed Christmas trees into a wood chipper Saturday on Lady's Island. The Grinding of the Greens project recycles Christmas trees and provides free mulch to those who bring a container to haul it away. The event is sponsored by Keep Beaufort County Beautiful and Beaufort County Solid Waste Recycling. Delayna Earley, staff photo

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