The ground here is undergoing severe erosion since being cleared in the Fall of 2021.
Nearby is Chef Michelle’s garden.
Chef Michelle harvests flowers, leaves, herbs, beans and fruits from her garden.
Add to tumbler and turn it.
Send an email to cynt[email protected] to get on the waitlist for receiving a batch of Chef’s finished compost.
Share how you deploy compost from this pile by copying the link to this 🌱 Garden and paste it in the Source(s) section of a 💚 Compost or a 🖤 Biochar Compost note.
Chef Michelle can host garden tours on mornings of Monday through Wednesday.
Arrange a tour by sending an email to [email protected]
Volunteer Opportunity: deposit compost here!
This compost accepts:
🍂 Browns : Dry leaves, tree debris, torn cardboard
🥗 Greens : Fresh plant clippings, foodwaste, manure, eggshells
🌈 Rainbow : Carcasses, nail clippings, hair, menses, grains, oil, charcoal
Pro tip: cut down on odors and expedite composting by lining the bottom of your container with charcoal & ash from the fire pit
Nearby is my garden.
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Land Area/Dimensions: 15×110′
Red clay with some loaminess
Grass clippings, coffee grounds, kitchen scraps, house manure with sawdust/hay
The Synagro Central Valley Compost facility processes municipal sewage (AKA biowaste solids, human feces) and greenwaste into compost, concentrates, and fertilizers to sell to nearby farms. According to their website, they process 99,999 tons* of material annually.
1Part of EBMUD region
Synagro’s profile of this facility
Synagro products include:
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*This number may be an artifact of limits in their software.**This site does not list East Bay Area locations, though according to Synagro’s Facebook Page and the EBMUD website this facility handles their biowaste solids.
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