Compost videos from Annie Hauck

Hello Prospect Farm Members,

Am happy that the frame insert for our ‘Straw Fort’ last year has a new home at Prospect Farm.
You can see its life as a combined insulated compost bin and cold frame to grow salad greens (assembled, filmed and maintained in our front yard due diagonal to Prospect Farm last winter – see videos 4 & 5 at <> ).

Since many Prospect Farm members are involved in composting, our videos on the NBC GreenIsUniversal blog and Facebook page link may be helpful: <>

Finally, we designed and constructed a three-part compost bin for the community gardeners at Ft. Tilden.
Using nearly all re-purposed and found materials, the bin cost about $2.34. See it at <>

Enjoy and best wishes in composting,
Annie Hauck-Lawson


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    A small piece of land (about 5,000 square feet) in Brooklyn dedicated to contributing to local, healthy alternatives to the industrial food system.
    Prospect Farm is a community association with membership open to all. Members improve and farm the land and sustain ties with local residents, businesses and organizations. We support the Brooklyn Food Coalition and other initiatives for food sovereignty and food justice.
    Stop by 1194 Prospect Avenue between Seeley and Vanderbilt Sts to watch us grow or volunteer.
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