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North Campus Sustainability Team -- About Us: Learn How to Compost at Home

The Sustainability Team at North Campus builds a Changemaking community through prioritizing Earth Literacy, Environmental Sustainability, and Resiliency

Tuesday, April 20, 2021: Learn How to Compost at Home

Composting can drastically reduce that amount of solid waste we put in our garbage. Professor Kuhn will play a video on how to make a homemade compost. Professor Kuhn will discuss:

  1. the difference between using worms in a composter and typical soil decomposition
  2. the benefits of composting and methods of decomposition when you have time and space constraints
  3. describe brown composting versus green composting
  4. outline the types of materials that can be used for composting and how we can compost at the North Campus garden
  5. examine the important of understanding what not to compost

Time: Asynchronous

Contact: Tina Kuhn & Tammy Laberge

Session Recording