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Monthly Living Green Tip: Composting

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Composting might not be at the forefront of one’s mind as we head further away from the summer, however this is actually one of the best times to compost due to some of the things that has to offer.

Fall leaves are actually an incredibly useful resource to incorporate into a compost pile.  The fallen leaves are carbon-rich, and therefore count as the necessary brown materials.  Plus, this reduces the amount of bags of leaves piling up on your driveway.

As sad as it is to see our gardens start to dwindle as temperatures start to decrease, the remains of certain plants and vegetables can have a second life in your compost pile.  Just be sure not to add the roots of these plants.

By composting, we can help reduce the amount of fertilizers we use in our gardens, while at the same time putting to use certain food that would have just been thrown away.  To learn more about the composting, click here.  

Post Date: 10/25/2018

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