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RE: FW: NEW NATIONAL DIRT AVAILABLE SERVICE


I have absolutely NO idea.  Why not pose that question on the site?
Sally

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Flanigan [mailto:david@greenthumbnyc.org]
> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 11:20 AM
> To: 'Sally McCabe'; community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject: RE: [cg] FW: NEW NATIONAL DIRT AVAILABLE SERVICE
>
>
> Can the "dirt" that is available be used for gardening?  If yes,
> has it been tested?
>
> David Flanigan
> Director of Operations
> City of New York/Parks&Recreation GreenThumb
> Phone: 212-788-8066  Fax:  212-788-8052
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Sally McCabe [SMTP:smccabe@pennhort.org]
> Sent:	Wednesday, April 18, 2001 10:56 PM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	[cg] FW: NEW NATIONAL DIRT AVAILABLE SERVICE
>
>  NEW NATIONAL " DIRT AVAILABLE" SERVICE
>
>
> To:  The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
> From: Dirt Locators
>
> Able Construction needs fill dirt.
> But where to find it, nearby, and at the right price?
>
> Campbell Construction has dirt they need to get rid of.
> But how do they find someone who needs it?
>
> If they use DIRT LOCATORS their problems will be solved.
>
> Dirt Locators is a new service to match those who need dirt with those who
> have dirt or mulch to sell or give away.
>
> Dirt Locators maintains an Internet database listing of dirt needed or
> available in the US and Canada that is searchable by Zip or
> Postal code. You
> can easily locate the nearest source for dirt, or locate places that need
> your excess dirt.
>
> Advertise dirt available, or needed, in a way that people can easily find
> your listing and get in touch with you. You do not need to rely on "Dirt
> Wanted" signs beside the road.
>
> Truckers can also list their services and find the closest source of dirt
> for their clients. Shorter hauls mean less cost and more loads per hour.
>
> Listings are free through June 31, 2001. Click on this link and check us
> out.
> http://www.dirtlocators.com
>
> If you are not the person who takes care of the dirt, please
> forward this to
> the person responsible.  Project Managers will love this new service.
>
> If you know someone who could use Dirt Locators, please forward
> this email.
> The more people who know about Dirt Locators, the more likely you will be
> able to find a listing to satisfy your needs.
>
> Thank you
> Rodger Meyer
> Dirt Locators
> www.dirtlocators.com
>
> This emailing was based on a SIC code that indicated that you were in a
> business that could use our services. If your received this in
> error, please
> accept our apologies and excuse the intrusion.
>
>
>
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