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don asked:
I know its in the works but when is the city of Durango going to install their new eletric car chargers and how much will they cost? leaf driver
Frank Kuchinski answered:

I found this... The City of Durango put an EV project out to bid. See the RFP at: https://www.rockymountainbidsystem.com/Bids/ViewClosedSolicitations2.asp?TN=119260&AN=City+of+Durango&ID=1238

Marlee asked:
do you have an six panel interior doors in stock? Also are any of them Pre-hung??
David Popoff answered:

Hi Marlee, Yes to both of your questions at Rings End lumber with a number of locations through out Connecticut. http://www.ringsend.com/products/doors Good luck on your project.

Christa asked:
I am currently rebuilding my home in Milford Ct that was destroyed by Irene and again in Sandy. I just finished the foundation, I had to elevate it, and I do not have much left to finish the interior and I also have to build stairs and landings to get in the now elevated home. My insurance co won't give me any more money because I am not at the "percent" completed and I cannot get my ICC claim money because I have no stairs! Is there anywhere I can get "used" material as I am on an extremely
David Popoff answered:

HI Christa, I have heard all too many stories about families stuck in this situation. Habitat for Humanity is a great organization that recycles building materials in Connecticut and Nationwide. Here is their website; there is a recycle store next town over from you. http://blog.habitatcfc.org/ You can also try contacting your local building supply company to see if they or if they know of any contractor’s that have left over unused materials. Patience is key, rebuilding a home is a long process I wish you the best of luck.

Gary Baggett answered:

Feel free to give me a call. My office number is 203-296-2207 or my cell is 203-650-5583

Theresa asked:
Do you have goat cheese or goat milk at your market
Rhonda Schnacky answered:


Crystal asked:
I am working on a Community Food Project for the town of Groton, MA.(College assignment at UMASS) The goal is to develop a feasibility study of a food project idea that would benefit my town and the community as a whole. I'm trying to figure out the best way to approach this. There are already numerous Farmer's Markets, CSA's and other local farms selling goods. My thought was to develop a community greenhouse but I'm having trouble finding out if one exists or not, and also if a community garde
Daphne Dixon answered:

Hi Crystal, Check with planning and zoning in your town, as a community greenhouse may have needed a permit to operate. Let me know if that works! Daphne

Anne asked:
I am a graduate student at Arizona State University currently studying land trusts, and was wondering if there is any kind of forum or discussion board where practitioners and other interested parties meet?
John Calandrelli answered:

Dear Anne There are regional meetings of Land Trusts in Connecticut. The internet is probably the best place to start for that information. Connecticut is having its annual conference of Inland Wetland and Conservation Committees November 17th at the Sheriden Four Points in Meriden. It's 9 to 4. Many Land Trust people are there. Check out: http://www.caciwc.org/pages/annualMtg/index.html This may be of some help.

lisa asked:
when does this market open all year or only the summeri currently live in the town of watford city nd when i saw this i was soo happy to learn that watford has one i miss mt fried green tomatoes thanks
Glen Colello answered:

not able to find any updated info http://www.superpages.com/bp//Watford-City-Farmers-Market-L2253724146.htm

R. Jane asked:
I'm trying to find out what vegetables will be available for the Winter crop. I'd like that before my husband decides which farm to choose. Thank you, Jane
Rhonda Schnacky answered:

It depends on where you live. I live in northern Minnesota and winter crops here consist of carrots, onions, cabbage, potatoes, winter squash, parsnips and beets.

Glen Colello answered:

where are you from? Here is a great article http://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-home-living/9-winter-vegetables-you-could-be-eating-right-now-and-how-to-prepare-them.aspx

Susan asked:
What are the days and hours of operation of The Crestline Farmer's Market?
Glen Colello answered:

Location Crest Forest Drive & South Village Lane Crestline, CA 92325 [ get directions ] When and Where (April-October) Friday, 4:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Contact Information (909) 338-2706

Abbie asked:
How do I get connected with my local community supported farm share? I would love to get this going in my neighborhood, but can't seem to find anything around. Spring Branch, TX
Analiese Paik answered:

Abbie, try Local Harvest or Farmigo and see if they have any listings in your area. Good luck!