|Urban Patchwork 5703 Duval|
Urban Patchwork can use food scraps to feed chickens and compost piles
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|Food Is Free 5608 Joe Sayers|
Food Is Free can use food scraps to feed chickens and compost piles
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Sunshine Community Gardens accepts food scraps and coffee grounds. Look for the sign at the southeast of the property
Open dusk to dawn
Please NO meat or dairy products, spoiled prepared foods or any kind of "compostable" flat ware or dishes
|Organics by Gosh|
13602 Fm 969, Austin, TX 78724
This is a commercial facility that accepts all organic materials including unpainted, untreated wood and sheetrock
Hours: Mon-Fri 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
|Reagan Community Garden|
Reagan Community Garden takes fruit and vegetable scraps/plants (healthy- no disease); bread; any plant type of material kitchen or otherwise (healthy); and egg shells. Would also love to have your leaves, shredded paper or newspapers.
Do NOT take meat scraps; dairy (cheese, cream or milk); grass clippings or diseased plant material.
The entrance is on Berkman and the bins are just past the building towards the gardens which are at the corner of Berkman and St Johns. People are welcome anytime during daylight hours. If the gates are locked simply use the main entrance and walk around. There should be leaves near the bins to cover any material you add, but if not just leave it exposed and the kids will cover when they come out.
|Alamo Community Garden|
Alamo Community Garden, northeast corner of Alamo and 21st
Drop off coffee grounds 24/7 to help improve the garden soil
|Farmers Market at the Triangle|
Drop off all your compostable materials including wood and paper while you shop at the Farmers Market at the Triangle each Wednesday 4 - 7. Thanks to Break It Down for collecting!
|Farmers Market at Sunset Valley|
Drop off all of your compostable materials while you shop at the Farmers Market at 3200 Jones Road at the Toney Burger Center each Saturday 9am - 1pm. Materials go back to the local farmers!
|Farmers Market Downtown|
Drop off your compostable materials when you shop the SFC Downtown Farmers Market at 4th and Guadalupe each Saturday from 9am to 1 pm. Thanks to Break It Down for collecting!
|St Davids Foundation Community Garden|
Located just east of the MLK Rail Station, (Enter gravel road from MLK Boulevard immediately east of the tracks)
Accepts fruit and vegetable scraps, egg shells, coffee grounds, clean leaves and clean mulch. Please no meat, dairy, bermuda grass or invasive weeds.
Drop off during daylight hours.
|AgriLife Extension Demo Garden|
Accepting coffee grounds, leaves and other plant material only. No food please.
Compost bins are at the southeast of the building.
|5604 Manor Community Garden|
5604 Manor Road
Accepts all food scraps except meet, dairy, and processed foods. Also accept leaves, grass clippings, and all plant material, except diseased plant material, invasive weeds, and bermuda grass.
Open on Saturdays 9-12
The bins are located in the middle of our backyard. Just talk to someone there if you need assistance.
|Blackshear Neighborhood Garden|
Blackshear Neighborhood Garden, at 2011 East 9th, has compost bins and would love coffee grounds and any other compostables (food scrap, leaves...) http://communitygardensaustin.org/?page_id=26
|Food Pantry Gardens at St Andrews |
Food Pantry Gardens at St Andrews Presbyterian church, 14311 Wells Port Drive,
Accepts coffee grounds, egg shells (not eggs), yard clippings, leaves, paper shredded if possible, fruits and vegetables.
No meat, dairy or diseased plant materials please.
Compost bins are at the east end of the parking lot. Please cover materials with dirt, paper or leaves available near the bins.
|Round Rock Brush Recycling Center|
Hours of operation:
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday
Brush Recycling Center (512) 218-5559
Recycling Center (512) 218-7047
Accept: tree trimmings, branches, limbs, and other parts of shrubs and trees.
Not accepted: leaves (bagged leaves and grass clippings are accepted at the front Recycling Center), grass, landscape waste (palm trees, cacti, compost), tree stumps, treated wood such as telephone poles, railroad ties, lumber, demolition debris, rock, concrete, hazardous waste, and household garbage.
Residents within Round Rock City limits (must show a current City of Round Rock water bill and valid drivers license to qualify for free drop off) can drop off 2 cubic yards or less for free.
|Manchaca Eco-Faith Initiative Community Garden|
Manchaca Eco-Faith Initiative Community Garden is accepting coffee grounds.
Accepts vegetable matter only - please no meat or cattle or horse manures
Call Jim at 512.914.8261 for address and details
Feed chickens and compost!
Drop off food scraps including meat, egg shells, bread, fruit, and vegetable scraps; any type of plant material (healthy - no disease). Would also love to have your leaves or shredded paper. Drop off food in secure plastic buckets (kitty litter buckets OK) and leave in driveway near trash can. Swap full buckets for clean buckets. Paper and leaves OK in trash bags.
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