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Community Gardens Tackle Modern Problems

Posted by Joe in Family & Community 5 years, 10 months ago
A community garden is more than a place for growing food and flowers. It is a place for people of different ages and backgrounds to gather, learn, and work together to create something beautiful, useful and healthy. This doesn’t discount the importance of the food that comes out of a community garden. Not only is it as fresh as possible, it is also nearly as local as it can get. Now imagine the difference in taste!

Guest post by Natalie Ross

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2012 Digested

Posted by Mike in The Dirt 5 years, 10 months ago
Mike talks about 2012, and what it's meant for our push into 2013. Read on...

Howdy neighbor!

For those of you that haven't had the pleasure of meeting me, my name is Mike Robe. I settled in with the humans at CompostNow where I manage billions of other microbes in breaking down all those compostables you send our way. It's a dirty job, but I wouldn't have it any other way.

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Avid Composters Also CompostNow

Posted by Joe in Earth & Planet, Education, Tools & Technology 5 years, 11 months ago
I hate sending stuff to the landfill. When I’m cooking I put my vegetable scraps into a bowl. At the end of the day all the vegetable scraps, coffee grinds, and tea leaves will get dumped in my backyard compost pile. Meat and bones, however, are more difficult to compost, so I used to throw them away. I hated to see meat and bones in the garbage can, landfill-bound.

Guest post by Natalie Ross

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A Garden is Born: Part 1

Posted by Joe in Earth & Planet, Family & Community 5 years, 11 months ago
We are so lucky! We keep talking about this amazing community that we get to interact with every day, so naturally we're gonna show off how awesome y'all are.

First up, meet Natalie: Natalie Ross is obsessed with compost and its role as a nutrient-recycling powerhouse. She lives in Durham, NC, and she studies natural resource management at NC State University. She aims to help people understand and appreciate that they are beautiful part of nature's cycles. Her dreams are to play a role in ending the unnatural and unnecessary chemical horrors that our earth's soils are exposed to and to help in eliminating the needless disposal of organic matter in landfills.

And this is her story.

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