Our living room is the play area, but it's very much a work in progress. We're in a Dharma co-op, so at least we'll have playsilks soon
The pictures of the playrooms here are very inspirational however. I'd love to see more
There is someone locally selling this machine:
It's a WHITE machine that says "Precision - Built DELUXE" on the front.
Sereal number is 12363 Model B
It's in a table/cabinet as you can tell from the picture. The machine can be flipped in to the table.
Seller says it's in good working condition. Though they live within town, it's a PITA for me to get there (pretty far away, especially by bus), so I'd rather...
I have two large bunches of local radishes, but I don't care for them raw... unless there are more appealing ways of eating them raw?
I want to eat the greens, but they wilted very fast in the fridge. We have them in a plastic bag there.
I'm really quite desperate to get these in to my kids (and myself) but none of the recipes I've come across sound terribly appealing!
I'm running a co-op on a local board, and someone sent a payment via echeck. Do I have to pay any fees for accpeting such a payment? I specified I only accept funded paypal because I don't want to upgrade or be smalled with fees all the time. Is accepting an echeck free for me?
And yes, I have looked thorough the PayPal site, but I'm not getting my answer there... or at least I'm in such a rush, that nothing is making sense and/or I'm not exploring it enough.
Originally Posted by mtn.mama
I pick up compostables from my neighbors once a week. They don't want it, it builds my supplies and cuts their trash bills.
Thats wonderful. We don't have to pay upfront for trash pick-up. We have a four bag limit, where one bag can be as large as those household wheeled bins. For most people, that doesn't give them much motivation to reduce garbage output, leave alone being concerned with compost. :/
Originally Posted by lightheart
I have never given thought to this problem, but once you say it makes me think what do folks in big cities do with their compostables.
Yep, I think it's a big problem really, because our landfills are being filled up with veg. matter that can easily be used again I wish our city cared more, but at this point they have about 75 years of landfill space available, and they couldn't be bothered to do much more...
The ideas I've found so far:
* Ask neighbours with yards if they'd be willing to take your compost. It's a win-win situation since you get rid of your compost, and they benefit from free fertilizer/rich soil.
* Our Community Gardens are avaiable year round for dumping of compostables. [Contact info. removed]
* Indoor Compost Bin can work is small spaces (like in a closet). For those who have more area, but still no yard, there's all types of Indoor Garage Compost...