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City Farming NYC Meetup Message Board › Bring Your Fall Leaves to a Community Compost Site

Bring Your Fall Leaves to a Community Compost Site

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Bring Your Fall Leaves to a Community Compost Site
New York City residents are invited to bring bagged leaves to select Bronx community composting sites where the leaves will be turned into rich compost. Tools and training will be provided so residents who drop off leaves can mix their materials into the bins at these sites. Bags with branches, other yard waste, or street sweepings will not be accepted. Space is limited and other restrictions may apply. Registration required. For details and to register, contact the NYC Compost Project in the Bronx at 718.817.8543 or and tell us how many bags of leaves you have.
• Wednesdays and Thursdays, by appointment • Schervier Garden at Bon Secours NY Health Systems, 10463
• By appointment and Thursdays, 2:30–4:30 p.m. • The Clinton Garden at DeWitt Clinton High School, 10468
• Fridays, 3–5 p.m., and weekends • The Enchanted Garden at John F. Kennedy High School, 10463
• By appointment • Bainbridge Avenue Garden, 10458; Botanical Square Garden, 10458; La Finca del Sur/South Bronx Urban Farm Cooperative, 10451; Neighborhood Advisory Committee Garden, 10455; and other sites
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