Saturday, July 25, 2020

Home Composting 101

Vermicomposting uses worms to decompose waste courtesy Wikimedia user ChristopheFinotThe summer weather isn’t the only thing heating up, so is your compost pile. Unlike our garbage or recycling, composting allows us to directly manage our own wasted food and turn those food scraps into compost. Composting takes some care; add your greens, browns, water and air. Learn more about home composting whether you’re a beginner or a bit more experienced.

NYS Organics Summit Recordings Now Available

Recordings of the following webinars are now available as part of the NYS Virtual Organics Summit.

  • Bringing Food Scraps Drop Off Programs To Your Community
  • Incorporating Food Scraps into your Yard Waste Composting Facility
  • Managing Wasted Food: Lessons Learned Nationally & New York State’s Plan of Action

Save the Date: 2021 NYS Organics Summit April 6 – 7, 2021 in Albany, NY at the Albany Capital Center

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Information attributed to NYSDEC is taken from press releases and news announcements from New York State's Department of Environmental Conservation.


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