Roosevelt Islander Online: Be Part Of A Smart Sustainable Solution, Volunteer With Roosevelt Island Haki Compost Collective Food Scrap Drop Off Site

The locally based volunteer group
Haki Compost Collective (Haki)
organized and manages the Roosevelt Island  Food Scrap Drop Off Site

every Saturday in front of the Rivercross building (531 Main Street).

next to the Farmers

According to the Haki Compost Collective:


All are welcome. Interested in learning more about compost?
Want to be part of a smart sustainable solution? Every Saturday from 9am to 2pm neighbors volunteer next to the farmers market at the food scrap drop off bins in short shifts meeting and greeting new friends.
If you have never done a shift before, you’re cordially invited to this Saturday’s 7/24 training session at 10:30am (please RSVP to [email protected]

If you don’t have time for this Saturday’s training, let us know and we can schedule a different day for you.

All the best,
Corinna on behalf of the Haki Compost Collective
[email protected]

Last June 19, the Big Reuse Compost Bike Tour visited Roosevelt Island and learned about Haki Compost Collective’s Roosevelt Island Food Scrap drop off site from Haki volunteer Christina Delfico .


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