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Earth Day at Prairie Woods ELC near Spicer, Minn.

The annual Earth Day celebration Saturday at the Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center in rural Spicer included exhibits and speakers discussing water quality, land management, renewable energy and other green topics.

Siblings talk about stone artifacts
Ethan Pederson, 11, from left, and his siblings Elly, 7, and Eli, 6, of New London talk to Larry Levin about his collection of stone artifacts Saturday during the annual Earth Day celebration at the Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center in rural Spicer. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

The annual Earth Day celebration Saturday at the Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center in rural Spicer included exhibits and speakers discussing water quality, land management, renewable energy and other green topics.

Compost and worms
Jens Sander, 5, of Taylors Falls explores a bin of compost full of worms Saturday during the annual Earth Day celebration at the Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center. The day included exhibits and speakers discussing water quality, land management, renewable energy and other green topics. (Tribune photos by Ron Adams)

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