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Files that have been previously uploaded are still accessible below. We recommend that you save any files that you want to keep to your computer.
|Name/Description||Type||Size||Uploaded By||Uploaded On|
|Adobe Acrobat file||327K||Helen||Apr 21, 2014|
|Adobe Acrobat file||239K||Helen||Jun 26, 2012|
|rich text file||53K||Helen||Jan 12, 2012|
From POP (Philadelphia Orchard Project). NYC growing conditions are very similar.
|Adobe Acrobat file||45K||Helen||Jan 12, 2012|
|Adobe Acrobat file||57K||Helen||Jan 12, 2012|
Doc explaining how to get started composting in an apartment building. Assumes a compost pile is set up, and is meant to be put up in the building where people can see it. Space provided for your contact info so neighbors can get in touch with you
|Word file||34K||Ethan B||Aug 1, 2011|
This is a page you can print and post in your apartment complex by any city fliers about recycling, or by the compost pile in the backyard, or any other place that makes sense. I cross off the meat and cheeses from the "No Composting" section.
|an image||111K||Ethan B||Aug 1, 2011|
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