>From: "Honigman, Adam"
>To: "'Fred Conrad'" , firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: RE: [cg] compost
>Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 16:33:50 -0500
>Even mean old NYC provides X-mas tree mulch from the Dept. of Sanitation to
>Parks and via Greenthumb to Greenthumb community gardens. There are compost
>deliveries that are sometimes made to Greenthumb community gardens via
>Greenthumb ( a part of the NYC Council on the Environment.)
>You'll have to discuss that with Edie Stone, new Greenthumb head honcho on
>the mechanics of that.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Fred Conrad [SMTP:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 4:28 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [cg] compost
> > i was asked by a friend at city hall if Atlanta is the only city with a
> > yard trimmings diversion program that makes compost available for free to
> > community gardens, delivered even. anybody else out there getting
> > municipal compost?
> > fgc
> > Community Garden Coordinator
> > Atlanta Community Food Bank
> > 970 Jefferson Street, NW
> > Atlanta, GA 30318
>community_garden maillist - email@example.com
Hi fellow composting comrades,
Ramsey County(St. Paul, MN and suburbs) has an extensive system of compost sites where citizens can drop off soft bodied yard waste and pick up finished compost and wood chip mulch for free. And if you have a community garden and can talk fast, you can usually find someone from the city or county who will get it delivered for free to your cg.
And Adam, composting is bigger than the rumba and the meringue in Cuba!
Diane Dodge, proud new member of ACGA
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