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Welcome To FreeSharing.org

Welcome to FreeSharing.org, the next generation of Free Recycling your unwanted items.

The sites featured on FreeSharing.org are all locally owned, grassroots groups, working to help their neighbors and the environment by keeping usable items out of the landfill by passing them along to people who can use them.

The Directory has links to over 900 locally managed groups serving over 400,000 members in the USA, Canada and around the world. If there is no group in your area, please consider starting one.

What is FreeSharing?

So what is FreeSharing? FreeSharing, also known as Free Recycling or Freecycling, is when you have an item you no longer need that is just too nice to put in the trash and you give the item away thru your local FreeSharing group.

So if you have an outdated TV, a garage you are cleaning out, or even a bunch of empty coffee cans, find your local group and pass on those items instead of tossing them in the dump.

If your not sure that you can part with any of your stuff, please consider P.R.A : PackRats Anonymous. There is a simple 8 step program that will get you on the road to recovery.

I hope you enjoy the FreeSharing experience, and please tell your friends about FreeSharing.org.

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FoodShare - FreeSharing For Food

The goal of FoodShare is to give folks a means of offering excess perishable or nonperishable food items that might otherwise go to waste.

The principle is very similar to FreeSharing and members can offer items such as excess items from government programs (infant formula, milk, etc), seeds, plants, fruit before it rots on the tree, excess veggies from the garden, canned goods from their hurricane survival stock, and so on.

Plant Share - Plant and Seed Swaps

Due to popular demand, FreeSharing.org is now listing Plant Exchange groups in its directory.
The basics are the same as FreeSharing or FoodShare, only these groups tend to share information as well as plants and seeds.

If you have any other ideas on how we can make FreeSharing.org better serve the community and the environment, please let us know.

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Feb. 8, 2005
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