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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 or check out the website of 
the Alameda County Waste Management Authority which highlights their 
program at


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:
> > On Tue, 20 Nov 2001 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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