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The Eco-Justice Center celebrated their Fall Festival on Sunday and here are a few pictures of the fun provided!  The Center provides education programs for adults and youth related to the environment and sustainable living. Pictures by Mark Hertzberg.

Keri Heusdens, left, photographs her daughter Zinnia, 1, and her husband, Adam, as they look at chickens and roosters at the 12th annual Eco-Justice Center Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Marty Hunt reads Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree” during story hour in the tree house at the 12th annual Eco-Justice Center Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Children ride ponies from Jo-Don Farms at the 12th annual Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Children ride ponies from Jo-Don Farms at the 12th annual Eco-Justice Center Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Ron Witt and Donna Lepianka enjoy ears of corn at the 12th annual Eco-Justice Center Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Guests walk alpacas at the 12th annual Eco-Justice Center Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Children’s activities included making rubbings of leaves at the 12th annual Fall Festival, 7133 Michna Road, Sunday September 16, 2018. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com

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