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Update From the Front Lines of Composting

After an incredibly busy spring and early summer, it seems like we’ve now hit a fine cruising altitude to take us through the rest of the warm season. ┬áSo far this year we have kept nearly 17,000 tons of material … Continue reading

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Feedstock Diversity: Photo Essay

Like any ecosystem a diverse population can create a more robust community. The same is true for the microbes devouring carbon in our compost piles. If we create a windrow recipe built on diverse feedstocks the resulting compost is more … Continue reading

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