Christmas is over; now it’s time to heap it on the recycling pile

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Christmas is over; now it’s time to heap it on the recycling pile

Alex and Taylor Messina drop off their Christmas tree for recycling Wednesday in the dirt lot behind the Santa Rita Park playground along the Animas River.
Christmas trees can be dropped off for recycling in the dirt lot behind the Santa Rita Park playground along the Animas River. Christmas trees can be dropped off until Jan. 31.
Alex and Taylor Messina drop off their Christmas tree for recycling on Wednesday in the dirt lot behind the Santa Rita Park playground along the Animas River.
Ken Lucht drops off a Christmas tree at Santa Rita Park on Wednesday to be recycled. The city of Durango is accepting trees through Jan. 31 to turn into mulch.

Christmas is over; now it’s time to heap it on the recycling pile

Alex and Taylor Messina drop off their Christmas tree for recycling Wednesday in the dirt lot behind the Santa Rita Park playground along the Animas River.
Christmas trees can be dropped off for recycling in the dirt lot behind the Santa Rita Park playground along the Animas River. Christmas trees can be dropped off until Jan. 31.
Alex and Taylor Messina drop off their Christmas tree for recycling on Wednesday in the dirt lot behind the Santa Rita Park playground along the Animas River.
Ken Lucht drops off a Christmas tree at Santa Rita Park on Wednesday to be recycled. The city of Durango is accepting trees through Jan. 31 to turn into mulch.