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  • What to do during the winter months?

    Created by Michelle Gillick on

    I am new at composting, but am interested. I recycle as much as possible, right down to thread! I purchased a tin for my countertop, but haven’t decided what I will do in the yard. What is ‘kitchen composting? I cook and garden a good bit, so I tend to have lots of vegetable scraps and garden debris. Given that it’s Fall, what kind of composting can I do during the winter? Is it appropriate to offer to add to my neighbor’s bin? Thank you for considering my questions.

    Michelle
    Reston, Virginia

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    E. Vinje
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    Michelle – A good primer course on composting can be found at our Composting 101 site (https://www.planetnatural.com/composting-101/). Here you’ll find all you need to know about getting started as well as maintaining the process no matter which composting method you’ve chosen.

    Want to learn even more about composting? COMPOSTERconnection (https://www.planetnatural.com/composter-connection/) is our detailed, comprehensive guide that discusses all the various types of composting methods as well as offering inside tips from successful com posters.

    Also, please check out our blog articles for more composting tips and information. We have articles on worm composting, compost tumblers, selecting the right bin and much more. Here’s the link:

    https://www.planetnatural.com/category/compost/

    Hope this helps!

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