This month we partnered with Creo Kitchen to show off some of their most fun and functional summer products. Check out our reviews and new recipes here.
Happy Earth Day! If you need some help kickstarting your composting habit, head over to our sister site, Green Living Ideas, and enter to win a kitchen compost collector from our partners at Full Circle!
The Melbourne city council shut down zero waste cafe Brothl over the location of its composter.
Massachusetts and Seattle are both enacting mandatory composting laws to keep food waste out of landfills.
Last year, they ate bugs. This year, they’re turning compostables into projectiles. All to benefit school gardens. The folks at REAL School Gardens are at it again.
What can you do to reduce food waste in your own home? Look for inventive ways to use food parts you would normally chunk. Let’s start with banana peels!
Is composting food waste the end all solution to our food waste problem? It’s complicated.
Want to know how to compost? It may sound intimidating, but it’s surprisingly easy if you break it down into 5 simple steps. Composters, start your engines!
Getting the most out of food is always a worthwhile goal, whether you’re buying it in bulk at a big warehouse or growing your own in a backyard microfarm. One [ … ]
We’ve written a lot about ways to reduce food waste, but it bears repeating now that spring is bringing us the good stuff.
According to Rodale.com, well-meaning organic gardeners are sometimes tricked into buying toxic compost. Although the sludge industry has convinced many that sludge is cheap and safe (thanks in part to an expensive PR campaign), a 2011 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) survey, that collected sewage sludge from 74 randomly selected publicly owned treatment works in 35 states, concluded that all sewage sludge contains toxic and hazardous materials.
EcoScraps recently announced its organic, poop-free potting soil will now be sold in more than 1,700 Target stores — its first nationwide exposure.
Today is Blog Action Day 2012. On this day this year, bloggers around the world will write about “The Power Of We.” It’s all about how each of us can make a difference in the world individually and collectively. I’d like to share the story of a young company with lofty ideas about repurposing the huge amounts of food waste we generate.