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Re: [GreenYes] Neighbor-to-neighbor composting promotion?
There are many Master Composter training programs around the country.

Contact Ann Schneider at SchneiderAnn@juno.com or check out the website of 
the Alameda County Waste Management Authority which highlights their 
program at www.stopwaste.org

Gary

At 01:01 PM 11/20/01 -0800, Edna J. Glenn wrote:
>Please correct me if I am not observing the proper list protocol. I am
>assuming that a public response here is okay, since Ms. Steinfeld did not
>specify that we reply directly to her.
>
>I am not certain whether my local composting group has organized yet into
>residential blocks, but I assume they would be very interested if not to
>hear about your own organization.  If you haven't already, take a look at:
>
>http://www.seattletilth.org/
>
> > On Tue, 20 Nov 2001 EcoWaters@aol.com wrote: We are piloting a
> > "Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) Composting Promotion Program"  for which
> > we are training "block leaders" to serve as local composting
> > information resource people in their neighborhoods... Has anyone out
> > there conducted a program like this?
>
>Best regards,
>Edna J. Glenn
>grassroots zerowaste proponent
>
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