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Join the Spring Forest Compost Project!

Dear Friends:

Please support Spring Forest's living soil with your household scraps!

This is a great way to reduce your household waste and support the environment. Plus, make sure you get in a regular visit to our lovely farm! Say hello and make a forest trek , greet the goats or a swing for a spell while you drop off your compost!

Please encourage your friends, neighbors and co-workers to get involved as well, then you can carpool the compost and grow and share this vital initiative.

For a $15 donation (to cover the cost of the lidded buckets), we will provide you with (2) very sturdy 1.25 gallon Screw lid style compost buckets. You take one, fill it up, drop it at the farm and pick up a clean and sanitized bucket to take home with you to refill!

What to compost:

All veggie peelings and scraps (raw or cooked)

All Fruit peelings and scraps

Tea bags

coffee grinds (paper filters okay)

Please Do Not Include:

Meat Scraps or Bones

Oil or fats (butter, lard, crisco, etc)

Bread or baked goods

Dairy Products

Please shoot me a text or email to get started! We are happy to take your donation in cash, check, venmo (@thegardenatspringforest) or Square (I can text you a link!)

Thank you so much! Buckets will here by the end of the week!

Grace & peace,

Patti Jean (PJ) Spinillo

CSA Coordinator, The Garden at Spring Forest csa@springforest.org http://www.springforest.org https://www.facebook.com/prayer.work.table.neighbor/ @thegardenatspringforest 336-266-9475 cell

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