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This building cost nothing to build. Well, nearly nothing. It is built of mostly pallets. Used pallets. Pallets that would have been thrown in the garbage. Karen Biondo of La Biondo Farm and Kitchen tells us the story and shows us around.
It’s a sturdy shed that is used for an honor system farm stand in the front and the “No Trash Bash Stash” in the back.
The “No Trash Bash Stash” is where folks in the Vashon Island community can come and borrow plates, forks, cups and all the fixins for a party without having to resort to plastic forks and the like.
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