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Since I've started keeping a five gallon compost bin, I've been noticing how less often I'm using the waste bin. In fact, right now, I'm pitching five gallons of waste once every month. I do recycle paper, plastics and glass. That goes out about twice a week and compost on average is being thrown into the larger 65 gallon bin outside every two weeks.
I asked 20 people 20 questions about the environment. This is what they said.
Once I upgraded to a 5 gallon compost bucket in my kitchen, and a 65 gallon bin to my neighbors yard, I wondered what else I could do? What other resources am I using that could be replaced or upgraded? What else can nature provide that I can use or reuse? The first thing I thought of was solar.
Summer typically is a slow season for me but with Covid, I was a little overwhelmed with the future. Should I stay in Brooklyn? Will it be safe? What would I do? Where would I go if I decided to move? Should I keep my studio? How should I plan? Eventually I came up with a plan. And I also felt comfortable enough to read a few books. Well, ok, maybe 20 books.
Since moving to Brooklyn in 2008, I have always collected compost. Up until right before the global pandemic, I've kept it in my freezer. At first I would
Talking to my neighbors was easier than I thought. I only had to build the courage to engage with them. I found that we were all thinking the same thing.
Lately I've been noticing my neighborhood. I really like where I live. It's in Prospect Heights, a quiet neighborhood just north/north east of Park Slope and Prospect Park. But in all neighborhoods, there are things that need
Curbed Magazine features the renovation of architecture couple Max Worrell and Jejon Yeung’s Clinton Hill coop. Check out the article here.
I’ve been experimenting for the past year or so doing hand glazed plates, among other things. Here’s some examples below. Many of the plates were inspired by the Menagerie Collection I did for Dwell in 2014. You can see part of the Menagerie collection