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What to Do with Doggy Doo

From: Pat Maxwell
Series: November 2008 - Isla Earth Radio Series
Length: 01:30

A rhinestone dog collar: $35. A doggy doo composter: Priceless...At least that's what Sharon Slack of Canada's Office of Urban Agriculture thinks. She created a composter for her dog Callie. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-2 A rhinestone dog collar: $35. A doggy doo composter: Priceless...At least that's what Sharon Slack of Canada's Office of Urban Agriculture thinks. She created a composter for her dog Callie. That thing just kept going. It lasted a full ten years. Callie the dog did her part, and nature did the rest...

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A rhinestone dog collar: $35. A doggy doo composter: Priceless...At least that's what Sharon Slack of Canada's Office of Urban Agriculture thinks. She created a composter for her dog Callie. That thing just kept going. It lasted a full ten years. Callie the dog did her part, and nature did the rest...