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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.

Composting Manure


Is it safe to use animal manure in your vegetable garden?

Worms and Global Warming


Are earthworms contributing to climate change?

Is Your Compost Made of Sewage Sludge?


The dirty truth about biosolids.

Worm Castings Wiggle Into the Spotlight


Rich in nutrients and microorganisms, castings are the super-charged digested soil that worms leave behind.

Soda Bottle Composting for Kids

Bins & Tumblers

Soda bottle composting lets kids watch the decomposition process happen in a bottle they can hold in their hands.

Composting Tips

Bins & Tumblers

Whether you're new to home gardening or a seasoned expert, our collection of 50 composting tips will help. Enjoy!

What's In Commercial Compost


... and why you should make your own.

Compost Bin Buyer's Guide

Bins & Tumblers

Available in a large variety of shapes and sizes, composters are designed to help you produce compost more efficiently.

Using Autumn's Bounty


Leaves, turned into protective mulch, soil-enhancing leaf mold or rich compost, are the fall season's gift to the composter.

Bokashi for Christmas

Bins & Tumblers

Use this simple, self-contained system to recycle all kinds of food waste right in your own kitchen!

Things We've Learned: Leaves


We think of gardening as a never-ending learning process.

Composting Big


Like it or not, here comes autumn and its bounty of leaves, garden refuse and other compostable materials.