Oct. 24 Fall Work Morning

Please mark your calendars for the annual Fall work morning set for 9:30 am on Saturday, October 24th.  We will take down the fences, roll up the hoses and put the gardens to bed.  Rain date is the same time on Sunday, 10/25. Please bring your work gloves and your 2016 garden payment ($40/full plot, $20/half.)  Also, remember that as you prepare your garden for the winter season, please put the organic waste and debris in the upper garden compost pile.

 

Last Plastic Pot Collection This Year

Saturday, September 19th
9:00AM – Noon
Longacre’s Nursery
220 Mechanic Street
Lebanon, NH

Sustainable Hanover, community volunteers and Longacre staff will be ready to accept your various used plastic plant pots, trays, flimsy multi-packs and plant labels on Saturday, September 19th.

No need to wash the pots, just tap free of dirt, remove staples and they will be ready for us to stack.

Help us keep this plastic out of the landfills and create space in your storage spots at the same time.

Plastic Pot Collection

Saturday, August 15th
9:00AM – Noon
Longacre’s Nursery
220 Mechanic Street
Lebanon, NH

Sustainable Hanover, community volunteers and Longacre staff will be ready to accept your various used plastic plant pots, trays, flimsy multi-packs and plant labels on Saturday, August 15th.

No need to wash the pots, just tap free of dirt, remove staples and they will be ready for us to stack.

Help us keep this usable plastic out of the waste stream and landfills.

If you would like to offer an hour or two to this volunteer task, we would welcome your help. Anyone needing pots may also join us during the morning, good company and free pots are your reward!

Plastic Plant Pot Collection

Saturday, June 20th
9:00AM – Noon
Longacre’s Nursery
220 Mechanic Street
Lebanon, NH

Sustainable Hanover, community volunteers and Longacre staff will be ready to accept your various used plastic plant pots, trays, flimsy multi-packs and plant labels on Saturday, June 20th and the third Saturday of July, August (and maybe September).

No need to wash the pots, just tap free of dirt, remove staples and they will be ready for us to stack.

Help us keep this usable plastic out of the waste stream and landfills.

If you would like to offer an hour or two to this volunteer task, we would welcome your help.  Anyone needing pots may also join us during the morning, good company and free pots are your reward!

Susan Edwards
Recycling subcommittee chair, Sustainable Hanover