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BETTER LIVING: Drop-Off Composting

Thursday, April 14, 2011

 

Don't run your own compost heap? No worries. Lifestyle expert Candita Clayton has a great way to make your scraps do good for the earth, right on your way to the Farmer's Market in Pawtucket.

Candita Clayton is the founder of Your Life Organized and author of Clean Your Home Healthy. Visit her online, here.

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