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Soil Cycle food scrap collection and recycling: looking for space and board members  RSS feed

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Hi fellow Missoula permies!
I am Brandon Wasser, a partner with Soil Cycle. Maybe you have seen us bicycling around with trailers and trash cans, collecting the unused and unwanted veggie scraps from all over Missoula.

We are a newish (sept 2017) business, and we are expanding into a non-profit model soon. I am here today to introduce us to you and also I am hoping that someone here has the connection(s) we need.

Right now we have about 75ish customers and we are looking for a home!

Our ultimate goal is to emulate, in the most efficient way possible, the natural compost cycle utilizing worms and grubs. Particularly red wriggler worms and black soldier fly grubs.

We are looking for an indoor space, preferrably in central Missoula that is at least 1200 sqft with heat, water and electricity.

You can check into our service, and our mission by visiting www.soilcyclemissoula.com

If you want to contact us directly, you may reach us on facebook, or email Caitlyn (soilcyclemissoula@gmail.com) or myself (bwasser87@gmail.com)

We have a ton of work to do, and we are also looking for possible board members who have knowledge and experience in applicable fields to our mission.

Please reach out!


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Hi Brandon! Welcome to permies! I wish you the best of luck finding a space in Missoula to use!
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