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Compost Made of Kitchen Scraps vs. Pre-Packaged Fertilizer: Does Your Garden Notice the Difference?

Does your garden know the difference between compost made of pre-packaged fertilizer and compost that consists of kitchen scraps? To best answer this question, let’s first review the scenario from the perspective of the garden. If you were a garden, would you want to garner nutrients from

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Dear Compost Diva… What is Leachate?

Dear Compost Diva, I’m a college student. Last week during my environmental studies class my professor spent an entire lecture discussing landfills. Not only did he talk about them, but he also showed us some pretty graphic pictures of them too (Eeek!). I found the whole hour-long

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Reduce Food Waste Using These Easy Steps

True or False?  Food waste that is not composted is not destructive when it’s thrown into a trash can or down a garbage disposal. The answer is False. It is a misconception that food waste is not harmful to the environment. Most people are under the impression

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I Want You to Go Green!

I want you to go green. Do you know what that means? If you think you know what it means but you’re not completely sure, take the following short quiz to see if you know the correct answer: Question: What does “Go Green” mean? a) It means you

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Kermit the Frog Was Wrong… It IS Easy Being Green!

Kermit the Frog is well-known for his famous song, “It’s Not Easy Being Green.” A blog on National Public Radio’s website states: “This song epitomizes Kermit’s role as the sensitive hero, the not-so-fearless leader of the Muppets. He goes from “gosh, it’s rough being green” to “well,

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Green Activism at Schools and on College Campuses is Key to the Earth’s Future Wellbeing

Today’s youth are the individuals destined to lead the world into the future. If they are not taught and encouraged to embrace environmental conservation, the planet will continue to be plagued by landfills, excessive trash, and pollution. Luckily, a majority of young people that live across the

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