Friday, May 11, 2007

Devil's Got a Pitchfork

Devil's Got a Pitchfork
Originally uploaded by mverges.

That's right, I've officially joined the Compost Revolution. Woo Hoo! I'm very excited about this new adventure. So far, so good. Of course, the jury's still out on whether I can actually produce soil from my food scraps.

Hey, I'm willing to give this a try. Wish me luck! :0)

(To see more goofy pictures, click the flickr photo.)


JENNIFER said...

Do you know where that any one can find one of those bins? That bin would be great for me living in a trailer park. The neigbors and managers can't complain, and Bill too. Hopefully I can find one liker that and that would be great.
Michelle, How is your trash coming along, are you trowing away half as much trash as you used too? I know that Was a goal for you. We now take the trash to the curb once a month. I feel so good, and happy that I am doing something so good.

Rey B said...

Here is one place to get some info on different size composting bins and also vermiculture bins.
The prices have gone up since I bought one but the eco-cycle base tumbler works very well and doesn't take up a great deal of space. An important consideration in a trailer park.

Michelle Verges, Project Director said...

Rey: Thanks for posting that link. I was looking for an affordable composting bin for Jennifer, but I didn't have any luck finding a cheap one!

Jennifer: I hope this link will put you on the right track for finding a compost bin!

Oh, and to answer your other question: It's amazing how little trash I throw out now! Yes, I think it's the small victories that keep us motivated to do something good for the planet.

And encouraging each other helps, too!


Rey B said...

Happened to think of another source of information in a related area.They cover almost every aspect of sustainable living and the magazine is great.