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Green Trends > 2007 Earth Day Festival at Memorial Park in Pasadena, California (Video)

by Gary Isse ~ Published: 2007-04-21Here’s a short video of the 2007 Earth Day festival at Memorial Park in Pasadena, California. A few things missing from this video are the Phoenix Electric Vehicle, the Kiddie Protest and the clip with the Path To Freedom House people. I didn’t include those since I have separate videos for those already on YouTube. Check ’em out! {more}

and here’s the clip from our PTF booth featuring Jordanne & Anais
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  1. Jeff says:

    Groovy Green is reporting that CCD is only hitting bee colonies that are treated with chemicals and artificial additives. Organic bee colonies seem to be doing just fine.