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They compost all of the St. Paul campus coffee grounds using worm bins. We wanted to learn how to use this method to recycle all of the coffee grounds we pick up. We have a ways to go before this operation would be a well-oiled machine.
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Which includes but not limited to gardening tools and gardening facts. You can write articles based on the various tools used in gardening. As well as random facts about fruits and vegetables and how to grow them. I would be interested in contributing to this blog and sharing your work in general with others. Merriam Station Community Garden in St. Paul, MN has been recycling coffee grounds from area coffee shops for the past year and a half (roughly 400 lbs/week year round).
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