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So, this summer I had an interesting project on my hands. There was a dead tree in my backyard, and when it was cut down, we got ...
Materials Needed for this Project: 1) a Shovel 2) a Metal Rake 3) Buckets (1 or 2 will do) 4) a Wheelbarrow 5) the Ground
The wheelbarrow should be filled about 3/5 the way full of water.
So this is where the (really easy) science comes into play. Wood floats in water, and dirt doesn't as much. So when you add the dirt/bark/ground up stump ...
First things first, you want to get the mulch off the surface of the water. This is easily done by taking your rake and dipping it into the ...
Now that the mulch has been taken out of the mixture, you need to take the mud off the bottom of the wheelbarrow so.... A) you have dirt ...
Kind of a superfluous step, but just repeat the process, keep shoveling in dirt/stump, raking off the mulch and raking out the mud until you've seperated all the dirt from ...
Once you've collected mulch from those shovefuls of dirt/stump, pour it out onto a tarp and let it dry under the sun. Once its dried you can ...
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