Composting decreases Gosnold's solid waste volume and expenses - and yours! - while contributing to limiting climate change. Turn non-meat, compostable garbage - egg shells, melon rinds, crumbs, scraps, and clippings into rich soil.
During July, we'll provide information on how to set up your own individual compost bin. Longer term we look forward to a discussion of the viability of a complementary communty composting effort.
Here's a report from WXPR in Rhinelander, Wisconsin:
April 9, 2021 Radio feature WXPR reporter Erin Gottsacker
www.wxpr.org/news/2021-04-09/nonprofits-of-the-northwoods-backyard-composting [RT = 5 minutes]
[ photo from Trees for Tomorrow ]