Christmas Trees Are Serving a New Purpose
Your Christmas tree can continue to serve a useful purpose well after the lights and ornaments are gone. Instead of dragging that dried out pine to the curb for trash pick-up, many are recycling. Saturday, many dropped their trees off at the Capital Market in Charleston, and they'll be placed in lakes across West Virginia to improve fish habitats. Last year, close to 600 trees were collected, but the numbers aren't final yet this year. For more Charleston-Kanawha Valley News go to www.wsaz.com.