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Old 09-18-2012, 10:15 PM
Chilehead Chilehead is offline
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I used to live in Akron, so I can say with confidence that fescue/bluegrass/ryegrass grass clippings make some of the best compost. You might try contacting some local nurseries, growers, or farmers -- they may take it. As for the branches, I would save them until you are allowed to burn. Do the best you can to keep the grass separated from the branches.
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