The WQCI works to increase capacity for, participation in, and acceptance of composting in western Queens.
Picture of your typical #compost pile.
Now on sale at @BIGNYC, compost made right here in Queens by @wqnscompost.
Final sift of the @bikenewyork 5boro #compost pile w @noimpactprojectimpact, for @GrowNYC youth gardens, at @BIGNYC.
With @TreesNY at Two Coves Community Garden.
Under the tumblers at ARROW community garden.
Our intern, Vanessa, showing the YMCA kids how to use our newly installed # compost tumblers at Lou Lodatti park.
It's the #Astoria Bedbugmobile!
Trusty helpers, pecking away at the pests.
The overwintered pile at @SSPweatherwatch.
Worm bin demo at @QLSteinway following the screening of Dirt, supported by @NorthStarFund Greening Western Queens Fund.
Planting a garden @ NYCHA #Astoria Houses thnx to @CitizensNYC @BIGNYC @NYCService 2CovesGarden & ResidentGreenCommittee
Installing a garden at #Astoria Houses with w @NYCHA, @NYCService, & Two Coves Garden.
St. Johns Geotea brewer will allow for organic turf management of the entire Queens campus per batch.
Compost tea demo by @compostwerks at St. Johns.
Loading up used scaffolding for @NYCHA gardens, thanks to United Scaffolding & @BIGNYC.
Hey #Astoria, #compost drop offs at the @Queens_Library on 31st st & Ditmars, until 5:45pm today (and every Tuesday).
Monday morning windrow turning at BK Grange.
Accepting a check w @solaronenyc from @CitizensNYC for #compost in Stuy Cove Park.
Hey #Astoria, #compost drop-offs at the @Queens_Library on 31st & Ditmars starts today.
Pic of the day: corn cob in compost sprouting from every kernel.
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