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WANTED: source for wood chips intown Atlanta

Posted by westender z7 Atlanta GA (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 5, 08 at 10:39

Does anyone know of a company that will still deliver free wood chips in intown Atlanta? Or of a place where we can go to get a truckload of wood chips and pay a nominal fee to have them dumped into the truck bed? We're finding that the arborist companies we contact through the yellow pages are serving only the northeast Atlanta areas and don't seem interested in coming here to the West End with their wood chips, now that gas is so expensive.

We need several loads of wood chips not only for our community garden but also for a new urban farm that has been built now in our neighborhood.

Here is a link that might be useful: CVC Urban Farm in NPU-T

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RE: WANTED: source for wood chips intown Atlanta

Contact Georgia Power...the company they use to remove trees/limbs around power lines will deliver wood chips for free if they are in your general area. I guess its cheaper to give it away than to pay a landfill.

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