How do you store kindling?

Logs we have aplenty, and kindling too. The logs stack up neatly in various places, and look fine. The kindling ... not so much. Right now a bunch of it is sort of stashed in a double-wide milk crate; before that, it occupied a disused concrete stoop. Anywhere you put it, it's a mess. I could stick it in a barrel or trashcan, but then it wouldn't dry out as well. I like the milk crate because it doesn't retain moisture. But all the kindling sticking out of it is not pretty.
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Dan,
I stack kindling just like logs. If you don't have enough to stack separately then put it on top of the logs. I keep my wood in the barn so looks aren't important.
Dave M.
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What is your definition of kindling? I use a lot of scraps and cut offs of construction lumber so it is already dry. Trash can with a lid for long term. .
Other wood like thin branches dry fairly fast and can be put into a covered can after a month or two. Ed
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