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Compost bins for sale

For the past 4 years, Heather Henriksen has participated in an annual not-for-profit Earth Day event selling home compost bins. This year she has teamed up with Holly Grimes and White Pine Programs. White Pine Programs is a local nonprofit educational organization which provides children with nature-based programs designed to “renew connections to the earth and deepen awareness of place through nature- based learning.” $5.00 from every bin sold will go towards helping a child attend a program who otherwise may not be able.

Please download the order form (PDF), print out a copy, and return as soon as possible to the address listed on the form. The deeply discounted price is $43.50.

Orders will need to be received by April 30th. Don’t delay if you would like one!
Bin pickup date is on May 18 from 2-4:00 p.m. at The Marketplace in Cape Neddick on Route 1.

Join many of us who have learned home composting is easy, fun and rewarding!

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3 comments to Compost bins for sale

  • Lynda True

    I’m 11 hours and five minutes late, but just found your offer. Can I still order I compost bin? I live in Cape Neddick and could drop the order form off today.
    Thanks!

  • Greetings! Can I, take pics from your site for my school research work?

  • We don’t own the rights to all of the pictures, but use them under what’s called “fair use.” Any of the pictures that we took are free to be used under a Creative Commons license. I believe that a typical school project would encounter no problems with either arrangement. Thanks for asking.