We burn a wood stove to heat our home and this year we acquired mostly (well-aged!) cedar. I don't recommend it, btw. It's great as kindling or as a hot-boost in the fire. It's a closed stove, btw (cedar can be dangerous).
The result of sawing, chopping and splitting left much cedar saw dust on the ground as well as "trash". Cedar is highly flammable and I must sweep/rake up all of the cedar "trash" consisting of pieces of wood, cedar bark (which is often stringy) and the likes.
What is the best way to repurpose this cedar wood trash? We are using as much as we can for kindling (safely), but the smaller pieces leave me scratching my head. I'll will need to burn it (responsibly), otherwise.
I have a home vegetable garden. I also have rabbits and dogs.
Can I use it in the soil? I don't think I can use it in the rabbit cages. I've heard cedar is bad for their lungs? *shrugs
What would you do?