Bootstrap Compost has expanded, according to the local business’s Facebook page.
The originally car-free Jamaica Plain-based composting service has expanded. Bootstrap Compost, an organization that collects residential compost buckets for a weekly fee of $8, has opened up an office in Charlestown, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page Friday. “A record breaking day for our Jake - Bootstrap's new Business Administrator - truly unstoppable on his solo mission to clean and sanitize 74 buckets today at our new space in Charlestown,” the post says, with Jake standing next to a stack of buckets.
From backyard gardens to condo complexes, it's time for JP gardeners to find ways to recycle waste to create compost — for all the ills of the garden!
October, New England’s finest month. The sky is never bluer, and the autumn leaves have begun their quiet circus of color. Some people are humming melancholy tunes about leaves tumbling down and feeling nostalgic about the fleeting joys of summer, but gardeners who know The Secret are smiling to themselves. The Secret: If there is a silver bullet that can solve just about any gardener’s problems, it is compost, an incredible resource which those in the know will be creating from those autumn leaves. Yes, if the soil in your garden sticks together like clay and nothing drains well, compost could fix it. If the soil in your garden won’t stick together at all – it’s like sand and all the water drains right away — compost could make it better…