Dumpster Diving Meetup Groups

Meet other local dumpster divers to discuss techniques for hunting and retrieving garbage gems. One block's trash is another man's treasure.

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Do you want to reduce your consumer impact on earth, humans and animals? Are you concerned about the wastefulness of our consumer society? Learn how to find useable goods in the refuse of our throw-away culture, to identify wild edibles, to repair an

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Do you want to reduce your consumer impact on the earth, humans, and animals? Are you concerned about the wastefulness of our consumer society? This new meetup group will soon have its first event. What kind of things can we do together? Dumpster div

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Do you want to reduce your consumer impact on the earth, humans, and animals? Are you concerned about the wastefulness of our consumer society? Do you live in the Washington DC area? We're forming this group to get a group started that can dumpster d

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Freegans
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Having fun with less money, and getting the most out of what we've got! Frugal is good for your wallet and for the environment. Saving on one lets you splurge on another. Most importantly we are grateful for the abundance in our lives. Frugal ( adj

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Frugal Folks
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Let's use technology to live 'bright green' lives! This group is for sharing tools to live more sustainably, including but not limited to: -growing more food on less land through permaculture design -using low-cost electronics to automate your garden

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Digital Homesteaders
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This is a group for reducing food waste and enjoying eating at the same time. Supermarkets and other shops as well as markets throw away vast quantities of good food every day. Reclaiming this food is known as many things such as freeganism, bin raid

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Freegans
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This group is for people that rescue food and other usable products from dumpsters, and are interested in reusing or re-purposing of items otherwise discarded.  We meet to go on rescue missions, or to get together for potlucks or other activities and

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bin raiders

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December 11, 2014

This group is for people that rescue food and other usable products from dumpsters, and are interested in reusing or re-purposing of items otherwise discarded.  We meet to go on rescue missions, or to get together for potlucks or other activities and

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bin raiders
November 7, 2014

This is a group for reducing food waste and enjoying eating at the same time. Supermarkets and other shops as well as markets throw away vast quantities of good food every day. Reclaiming this food is known as many things such as freeganism, bin raid

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Freegans
October 31, 2012

Let's use technology to live 'bright green' lives! This group is for sharing tools to live more sustainably, including but not limited to: -growing more food on less land through permaculture design -using low-cost electronics to automate your garden

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Digital Homesteaders
January 13, 2010

Do you want to reduce your consumer impact on the earth, humans, and animals? Are you concerned about the wastefulness of our consumer society? Do you live in the Washington DC area? We're forming this group to get a group started that can dumpster d

382
Freegans
December 12, 2009
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Do you want to reduce your consumer impact on the earth, humans, and animals? Are you concerned about the wastefulness of our consumer society? This new meetup group will soon have its first event. What kind of things can we do together? Dumpster div

517
people
January 21, 2009

Having fun with less money, and getting the most out of what we've got! Frugal is good for your wallet and for the environment. Saving on one lets you splurge on another. Most importantly we are grateful for the abundance in our lives. Frugal ( adj

199
Frugal Folks
April 18, 2003

Do you want to reduce your consumer impact on earth, humans and animals? Are you concerned about the wastefulness of our consumer society? Learn how to find useable goods in the refuse of our throw-away culture, to identify wild edibles, to repair an

1,461
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