- I would also be willing to help move it - just no walnut, right? ... From: Denise LaGrand Subject: Re: [TahlequahCommunityGarden]Message 1 of 4 , Apr 1, 2011View Source
I would also be willing to help move it - just no walnut, right?
--- On Thu, 3/31/11, Denise LaGrand <deniselagrand@...> wrote:
From: Denise LaGrand <deniselagrand@...>
Subject: Re: [TahlequahCommunityGarden] Sawdust & fruit trees
To: "TahlequahCommunityGarden@yahoogroups.com" <TahlequahCommunityGarden@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thursday, March 31, 2011, 1:05 PMYes I like sawdust and will help move it. It packs down quickly and is not too messy IMO. I have used it in barnyard
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On Mar 31, 2011, at 11:18 AM, Julie Gahn <juliegahn@...> wrote:Hi everyone,
I may have a lead on sawdust for paths and have a couple questions:
1) Do you want sawdust-or do you think it would be too messy?
2). How thick would you want it
3). If I can get a pile hauled in, are you willing to move it into the paths?
Regarding the fruit trees, we're going to sort and move the TCG and Project O Si yo fruit trees at the same time as those going to the City parks. I'm in a holding pattern on that project until we find out when the City can take theirs.
Thanks and Happy mulching,