Composting… We don’t all have gardens, but for those of us who do, it’s good to have a compost plan. Even apartment dwellers can compost! In honor of National Compost day, here are a few resources for beginners.
Check out this amazing Zero Waste Gainesville interview of Stephan Barron of Beaten Path Composting a weekly food scrap pickup business in Gainesville, FL. Barron talks about the advantages of compost for soil health and how he has made it into a thriving local business, all while balancing sustainability, living wage and environment. … Stephan…
Diverting organics out of landfills helps reduce GHG Emissions. The County of San Diego is creating a series of ordinances to help clarify the path for this to happen. These could be great model legislation for other local legislators. Photo by Katie Rodriguez on Unsplash View Post
Thanks to Neil Seldman from ILSR for posting about this on GreenYes! A DIY compost sifter made from hardware cloth, scrap wood and old bicycle rims! Brilliant!
Lynne Rossetto Kasper has retired from hosting a fantastic NPR radio show called Splendid Table. However, episode 570 from Thanksgiving, November 2014 offered some information about hunger. About 16 minutes into the episode, Lynne spoke with Author Elizabeth Royte on her (then) new book Garbage Land.
Let’s get compostable orgnanics out of landfills now!