Join date: May 18, 2022


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Category:3D animation softwareThe Biochar Production Facility is now open to the public, from 1 pm until 6 pm every Saturday and Sunday, come by and get your hands dirty. Over the next few months we will be cleaning and separating the biochar from the water after it has been crushed and ground. Check it out! All of the biochar produced at Blue Mountain will be used to supply organic compost for our gardens, or being used as a feedstock for our purpose-built industrial biochar facility. If you would like to support us by donating a $5, $10 or $20 donation, we would be extremely grateful and your gift will go towards preserving, producing and distributing biochar for the benefit of the mountain. For more information about our volunteer opportunities, contact us at A great variety of plants have been successfully grown using our compost, and we have a lot of exciting plans for the future. We will be maintaining and rebuilding our compost pile, which is the base of our food forest. The goal is to create more and more compost that we will use for all sorts of things. We have a growing desire to create a food forest in a more permanent way. We will be sharing more information in the near future, for those who are interested in learning more. Stay tuned!Ex-City Clerk Says Quitters Should Be Arrested Saying the city is in the midst of a "paradigm shift" in which criminals are moving to the suburbs, a former city clerk says the Metropolitan Police Department needs to aggressively pursue any and all criminal activity. In a strongly worded letter sent to the mayor and police chief this month, Clerks Office Executive Assistant Christine Perry says the city's struggle to get the police force back on track can be blamed on the recent decline in arrests and police operations. She says the city's failure to hold people accountable for their crimes is actually a disservice to the community. In the letter, which was shared with The Washington Post, Perry says the city is "paying a very real price" for a consistent, massive reduction in arrests. "To many this represents a paradigm shift in which offenders have no choice but to move to the suburbs," she writes. "This is a good thing. However, it is a significant challenge to law enforcement agencies to work with these offenders and to deal with the resulting costs in service, revenue, and lost time and