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In this ‘Sustainable Holiday Decorations from the Forest—Part2,’ episode of AdventureTV, you’ll:
✅ Learn how to make a holiday table centerpiece ✅ How to make a Christmas wreath. ✅ And more in a step-by-step video format.
Did you miss part 1, where we went into the forest to harvest a tree and forage for natural materials to make our holiday decorations?
In episode 1, we covered:
✅ How to use the recreation .gov website to apply for a permit, make a campsite reservation, and more.
✅ General tree-cutting guidelines
✅ And more in a step-by-step video format.
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📍Filmed on the ancestral lands of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Ute, Eastern Shoshone, and Ochethi Sakowin peoples.