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Teach Your Children Well 2005
Trash To Treasure
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Bio-retention  (rain gardens)
Composting Mortalities
Funeral for a friend
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Flax Pond
Greenfest Whitehead Elementary

No Room For Waste


800,000 tons of food residuals went into Georgia's landfills in 2004



 Written Permission EPD

It took several months of phone calls, emails and visits by a Dept. of Agriculture and EPD officials before I finally convinced the agencies, to issue me permission to divert and compost organic residuals.


To see more about composting food residuals click here and Hyperlink to our Earth Day 2004 page.

To find out about composting mortalities click here and Hyperlink to our Composting Mortalities page.







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