"Patricia, in addition to farmers' markets, there are also many people who sell backyard chicken eggs from their home; often they advertise on Craigslist. Each person manages their bird differently, but whether you buy backyard eggs or…"
Hi,I'm looking for some local eggs that are Animal Welfare Approved or with the same standard but not certified. Basically, this means that they are not kept in cages, their beaks are not cut, they are not forced to molt, they have continuous access to outdoors for foraging, and are not fed meat or animal by products. I'm in Tempe. Anyone know where I can find such eggs?Thank you,PatriciaSee More
I know you posted this months ago, but if you are interested in a Bokashi Kitchen Compost Kit, I make them and sell locally handcrafted Bokashi! If you are interested in learning more about using Bokashi to break down food waste…"
"Just my 2 cents....but hauling food scraps just doesn't seem right. Have you thought about a bokashi system indoors, or vermicomposting indoors? Maybe you might find someone next door who composts, but aside from 'practically…"
Hi,I am looking for a place to take my food scraps for composting. I live near 27th St and Thomas Rd. What is the closest place (to minimize fossil fuel consumption) where I might be able to add to an existing compost bin? I rent so my landlord won't allow me to compost at home. Best,PatriciaSee More
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