What other process can take the cast-offs from your yard and kitchen and turn it into the best fertilizer ever made?
Whether you’re making compost in a pile, a tumbler or using worms, we’ve got you covered. Start here for the basics and some insider tips from the pros.
Rich in nutrients and microorganisms, castings are the super-charged digested soil that worms leave behind.
Soda bottle composting lets kids watch the decomposition process happen in a bottle they can hold in their hands.
Composting with worms (a.k.a. vermicomposting) is the proverbial win-win situation.
Available in a large variety of shapes and sizes, composters are designed to help you produce compost more efficiently.
Use this simple, self-contained system to recycle all kinds of food waste right in your own kitchen!