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RE: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #409 - 17 msgs

Title: RE: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #409 - 17 msgs


    I don't know what your region is, but I just , (day before yesterday) stumbled out of Columbia Winery with a 1/2 of case of Pinot Gris and two LARGE wooden boxes, that where used for turning wine bottles.  Very solid construction. 

    In King county there is this handy dandy web site that a person can post wants and "I Have..." This is in an effort to reduce the landfill with reusable products.  A lot of things are posted like,..."500 gallons of grey paint.  Free. You pick up"  But there are a lot of useful items for gardeners like 55 gallon blue drums for water catchment, or 5 gallon buckets or wooden storage containers.

    Good luck

    Sally Anne

    From: "Joe Mathers" <joem@cacscw.org>
    Looking for ideas and experience with large containers that can be used =
    in parking lots, brownfield, and other temporary urban sites to get =
    demonstration gardens in on trial basis without having to do excavation =
    and topsoil replacement. Bigger, deeper and more durable than kiddie =
    swim pools with removal and relocation possibilities. Kind of a raised =
    bed garden that could be moved if necessary to sprout another day. Stock =
    tanks  a posssibility.
    Appreciate your experiences and thanks in advance,=20

    Joe Mathers, Community Action Coalition Garden Coordinator

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