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RE: soggy tropicals

Around here, there is a starbucks coffee stores. During the summer months,
they bag up their used grounds and have them out for anyone to take.

Used to be a great source for me, but now everyone knows it, so pickin' are


> -----Original Message-----
> If you are friends with an establishment that makes a lot of coffee, you
> could offer to provide a small waste container and collect the coffee
> grounds each day.  Earthworms love it and it could make your bed progress
> more quickly.
> Bonnie ETN Zone7

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