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Flint agency teaches residents to think green

Flint agency teaches residents to think green

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(06/03/14) - Did you know replacing your light bulbs, shower heads and even toilets could save you hundreds of dollars a year?

Tuesday night, Communities First began a program designed to teach people in Flint the Green Life.

The Flint based non-profit will host forums in each ward to help teach people simple ways to improve the environment and their quality of life.

They'll learn to recycle, conserve energy, conserve water and save money.

Green Life is challenging people to get caught green-handed. Take a picture of yourself practicing green habits, and tag it #cfigreenlife and you could win a prize.
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