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Mulch Pile275 viewsChipped wood mulch is very popular with the gardeners and is usually gone within a few hours after the crew finishes.44444
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Blue Cistern for Rain Harvesting146 viewsIt collects water from the roof of the North Venice Little League storage shed. The working capacity is 1060 gallons of water which is is currently diverted to the Lower Composting Cisterns. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)11111
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)140 viewsThe barrels are elevated to allow access to the spigots. Short hoses may eventually be attached to one or both spigots. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))11111
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)159 viewsGutters were installed on the roof of the tractor shed. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))11111
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Cistern Project Dedication288 viewsBlue Cistern Dedication March 12, 2008 (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 3/12/2008)11111
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Ready Sign354 viewsThe Ready sign indicates which of the three bays is ready for use.11111
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OVF Composting Program960 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 Business441 viewsWhen the stable waste is ready for use the gate is removed.11111
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Delivery of Stable Waste446 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 Can398 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 Screens380 viewsSifting screens for placing on the wheelbarrows are also available.11111
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Stable Waste374 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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