Now you can drop off your food scraps from September 12 until the end of the market season at the Dudley Square, Ashmont, and Roslindale Farmer’s Markets. In addition to the Farmers’ Market drop off, residents of East Boston and the North End can drop off their food scraps at a padlocked communal compost container called Project Oscar. Participate now and get more information on what, when, and where you can compost.
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