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Let the worms do the work! Build your own worm farm for composting

What is a Worm Farm? Worm farming, or vermicomposting, is a way to recycle food waste using worms.  Worms are housed  in an enclosed compost bin, or worm farm, and are fed food scraps.  The worm farm is… Read More

Composting Tips for the Homeowner

Spring is in the air!  Gardening beds are being changed over and people are starting their warm-season landscape maintenance.  Its time to consider what to do with all of last season’s spent vegetation and plants parts.  How about… Read More

This Thanksgiving: Waste Not!

The Farm Bureau’s annual Thanksgiving price survey estimates that Thanksgiving Day accounts for $282 million of uneaten turkeys that end up in the trash. Added to our overall food consumption, we throw away 34 million tons of food… Read More

What Is Composting?

Composting involves taking advantage of the natural decomposition of organic matter by microorganisms. Compost is the partially broken down material that results from this process (fully-broken down material is called humus).1 Compost is a green and sustainable way… Read More