Back To Our Roots
The earth has been composting organic waste for MILLIONS of years! It's natural and is the earths way of recycling nutrients. Today, humans produce organic waste such as food scraps, yard waste, paper and cardboard. By composting we can return these valuable nutrients to the soil.
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1. Using Organic Materials
We use organic materials daily and often have leftovers or extras that can be turned into a resource, not waste
breakdown organic material into
nutrient rich soil
66% of materials thrown into landfills are organic and can be used as a resource, not waste.
When organic materials break down without oxygen, they produce methane which is a strong greenhouse gas, 20x more destructive to the atmosphere than carbon dioxide (CO2).
Excess methane in the atmosphere is creating a blanket around the earth, contributing to global warming.
Plants use CO2 to eat (photosynthesis). Oxygen
is released back into the atmosphere and the Carbon is stored in the soil
3. Replenish Soil
Adding compost to native topsoil will
provide a slow
release of nutrients
to grow healthy plants
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The Compost Circle
Food and other compostable materials are a resource to the environment. When these materials are composted we Reduce waste in landfills by Reusing organic materials to Replenish the soil.
To educate and empower communities to make positive environmental choices to create a more sustainable future!
“A nation that destroys its soils, destroys itself. Forests are the lungs
of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.”
- Franklin D. Roosevelt