Do you need wood chips? As in, truckloads of them?

Forward of sorts from my dear friend Godsil:

Sweet Water Organics has been blessed with perhaps 100 truck loads of wood chips
for its vermiculture based fish vegetable farm from the largest private tree trimming firm in Milwaukee,
which had been wasting all kinds of gas and labor costs hauling them to somewhere around 120th & Good Hope,
to a WEnergies site, which sometimes then shipped them methinks to Green Bay for an incinerator.
The KK River Village and Sweet Water site can no longer handle any more wood chips.

I hope some of the composters in existence or yet to be will be able to fill in this void
and offer the Asplundh people a place to dump truck loads of wood chips for compost ingredients!


If you can take some (truck loads!) please leave a comment here, and I’ll hook you up.

Author: Jason Haas

Jason is an elected member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, occasionally moonlights as an amateur gardener, and is a proud father of two, or three, depending on how you do the math.

One thought on “Do you need wood chips? As in, truckloads of them?”

  1. I can use one truckload of woodchips. I have a home in Fox Point. If they could drop off a truckload, a little more or a little less, that would be great.



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