We turn waste into beauty, the discarded into the cherished, and refuse into useful products.
Why do people compost? It’s a legitimate question. Every ton of food waste in landfills produces about 140 pounds of methane — something our environment doesn’t need. Compost also contains microorganisms which help break down pollutants. Want more details on the advantages of composting? Click here.Read More
Want to smother weeds for a while? Try mulch. You can pile organic mulches like leaves, grass clippings, or wood chips a few inches deep over the ground to slow evaporation of water from the soil and keep it cooler. For more information, click here.Read More
Need help with planning your gardening in 2020? Check out his article! It gives you some good pros and cons of organic-based soil fertility choices.Read More
In this article, you’re introduced to the concept of YIMBY – Yes In My Back Yard — as a method of decreasing the overfill of landfills. We find this passage really illuminating: “By all standards, yard wastes make up at least 13 percent of the municipal waste stream. Food wastes comprise another 10 percent of…Read More