Sign-up below to join the dropoff program, which is currently only available to residents who live outside our pickup service territory. A new model for composting conveniently, members of this program will gain access to Soil Cycle’s new Scrap Drops, slated to sprout from the ground at three locations in summer 2019: the Westside Community Center at 1628 W Bijou St, Ivywild School at 1604 S Cascade Ave and the Hillside Hub at 1090 S Institute.
For $12/mo, you’ll get:
Kitchen basket for collecting food scraps
“Can I compost this?” card
Code to access drop-off station
Unlimited drop-offs, at any time
Free entry to composting workshop
Annual compost kickback
Soil Cycle services the stations, collecting food scraps and composting them at Westside Community Garden and at the Hillside Hub. At both sites, gardeners will use the finished compost to nourish the soil that grows the food that nourishes community. That’s food, full-circle!
The first 50 sign-ups will get a free bunch o’ veggies from the Westside Community Garden’s summer farm stand. Mmm… Crunch!
Illustration by Abby Stein