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Ready Sign400 viewsThe Ready sign indicates which of the three bays is ready for use.11111
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OVF Composting Program1091 viewsOcean View Farms has a comprehensive composting program which benefits the garden, the community and the environment (WRAP award winners for over a decade).11111
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Open for Business504 viewsWhen the stable waste is ready for use the gate is removed.11111
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Delivery of Stable Waste512 viewsOVF is provided with approximately 230 tons of stable waste each year by the City. Here the West Los Angeles Sanitation Department makes a new delivery. 11111
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Stick Can441 viewsSticks and woody material should be placed in the Stick Can. They will be shredded for future use as compost.11111
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Sifting Screens418 viewsSifting screens for placing on the wheelbarrows are also available.11111
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Stable Waste413 viewsThe crew mixes in stable waste with the shredded material then it all gets watered thoroughly. Moisture helps keep the bacteria in the manure alive so they can break down the green waste. Composting needs all three components (green waste, manure and water) to be successful.11111
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Sifted Dirt391 viewsDirt sifted from the green garden waste on Tuesday is moved from the shredding platform into the compost bay.11111
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Tuesday Breaktime405 viewsThe Gourmet Composting and Shredding crews enjoy coffee and snacks when they are finished. It is a great time to socialize with fellow garden members.11111
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Trash in Green Waste410 viewsSamples of trash found in the green waste. Metal and glass objects are especially dangerous for the crew and equipment if they get into the shredder.11111
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MacKissic Shredder398 viewsThe MacKissic Shredder is kept in the shredder shed with other composting tools.11111
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False Garlic433 viewsFalse garlic has little bulbs each of which can break off and create a new plant. The bulbs do not break down in the composting process.11111
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