Garden Compost Tumblers (5) are a great way to recycle your kitchen waste and soft yard clippings faster than stand alone composters. In fact, most tumblers will bioconvert at a 15-25% higher rate, producing buckets of nutrient-rich humus for your garden. While results may vary depending on a multitude of variables, the most important include: aeration, [...]
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Composting is one of the best ways to lower your impact on the natural world. Not only does it reduce the volume of waste going to the landfill or down the drain, it also recycles the valuable nutrients found in your food scraps and yard debris into valuable, mineral-rich humus for use on your ornamental [...]
The Circle Corner is a suburban homestead where Stan Slaughter and Linda Chubbuck have created a model of sustainable living on a half-acre lot in the city.
If you compost at home, BioBag wants to help! Enter to win one of six free BioBag products for your home composting system.
By growing them yourself in these convenient, compact GrowBags, you can try any number of the thousands of potato varieties.
Employee gardens on company grounds are a creative incentive for providing nutritious food and exercise, and a nice mental and emotional break from work.
For all your home bagging needs of compostable materials — from food waste, to yard waste, to pet waste — there is a BioBag for you!
To help fund school gardens in your community, make sure those in your school district apply for the NEA Green Across America Grant by July 30, 2010.
Free yourself from the guilt of food waste. Instead of throwing them in the trash or down the disposal, toss food scraps in your home composting bin!
If gardening is the most popular hobby in America, composting should be a close second for all its natural benefits to flowers, fruits and veggies.