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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...