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Case Studies in Community Composting

Join us for a deep dive into community composting! Hear firsthand from eco-heroes Dan Brown and Marvin Hayes as they share their innovative strategies in our “Case Studies in Community Composting” virtual meeting on January 2024 at 10 am Pacific. Don’t miss out on the insights that are shaping the future of organics diversion and compostable organics management!

Marvin Hayes is founder of the Baltimore Composting Collective, “a youth-empowered collective, Black-owned business, building a diverse composting community in Baltimore.” The Baltimore Compost Collective is a local service that collects food scraps, composts them at the Filbert Street Community Garden in Curtis Bay, fostering urban food security, and operates as a youth entrepreneurship program, employing local teenagers and providing hands-on training in workforce skills and community-scale composting.

Dan Brown is co-founder of Rust Belt Riders, a worker-owned cooperative, committed to climate resilience, food autonomy, and workplace democracy with a mission to “Feed People, Not Landfills.” Since 2014, they have provided composting solutions for food waste, turning it into compost that nourishes locally grown food, contributing to a circular, regional economy and practicing workplace democracy in their mission to create wealth from waste.

Learn more about Marvin Hayes with Baltimore Composting Collective and Dan Brown with Rust Belt Riders on Tuesday, January 23. Get the perspective of how to grow a composting business in your community that supports your community on multiple levels!

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