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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Meet other local dumpster divers to discuss techniques for hunting and retrieving garbage gems and re-purposing them back into useful items. One block's trash is another man's treasure. Outside of some of the traditional activities, we may also mee

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Dumpster Divers
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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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Are you interested in reducing your environmental impact by reusing items others may view as trash? Let's get together to share ideas on reducing consumer waste and saving useful stuff from going to the landfill/incinerator. Ideas and activities we m

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Freegans
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Täglich werden überall auf der Welt tonnenweise Lebensmittel weggeschmissen, obwohl diese noch einwandfrei sind. Lediglich kleine optische Mängel oder ein gerade abgelaufenes MHD sind die häufigsten Gründe, warum gutes Essen in der Tonne landet. Eine

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Wertschätzer
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A group of young adults based in Waterville, Winslow and Oakland. Also, we have members in Farmington and Bangor. Fairfield and Clintonites welcome, too! Our goal is to create fun and worthwhile activities which will get us away from our computers an

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Join us for a unique opportunity to learn about cob in an urban setting. During these meetings, participants will build a cob oven and cob seating area in the backyard of our hosts' private residence. Oven construction, basic cob mixing and building

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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

379
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

482
people
March 1, 2009

Meet other local dumpster divers to discuss techniques for hunting and retrieving garbage gems and re-purposing them back into useful items. One block's trash is another man's treasure. Outside of some of the traditional activities, we may also mee

174
Dumpster Divers
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

184
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

1,448
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