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Composting is fundamental to sustainable farming. It is the natural process of bacteria, fungi, animals, and plants breaking down organic mater into the complex mixture known generally as dirt.

The human's job in the process of composting (apart from what they contribute as humanure) is mainly organizing the conditions in which composting can occur.

In most cases these conditions include:

Composting Resources

Vermiculture (worm composting)


A basic how-to and why-to use vermiculture to enhance compost and soil health; techniques, methods and benefits From the libraries of Mother Earth News.

ShareWaste


ShareWaste connects people who wish to recycle their kitchen scraps but don't do their own composting with their neighbours who are already composting, worm-farming or keep chickens.

EarthEasy Guide to Composting


An easy-to-follow practical guide for learning how to compost, including free-standing piles and container type methods

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recycling, compost, composting, soil, dirt, gardening

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