I have a ton of shredded paper I have been saving for this years compost, i don't have many leaves so paper is the second choice plus it is recycling at the same time, bonus.
I'm asking because I know grass and leaves alone would make a great compost if in the correct ratios. The thing with paper it is around 170:1 whereas tree leaves are around 40:1 - 80:1 in the C:N ratio scheme of things.
What would you do just not use so much paper as you would use leaves? I willl be adding all my kitchen and yard scraps. But the bulk wil consist of grass and paper.
I can get some leaves up the road I have a secret stash that is always there, but it is unused property and possibly stealing though i don't think anyone would know or care. Just so you know it is an undeveloped subdivision.