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Compost Café Series

In our first series of Compost Cafés –a friendly open forum for discussing questions related to composting at any scale–Compost for Good co-founders John Culpepper and Katie Culpepper shared information and answered questions from novice and experienced composters in the Adirondacks and further afield.

Did you miss a Compost Café? Recordings of all sessions that have taken place are posted here:

Composting 101

Compost Systems: From Backyard to Commercial

Community-Scale Composting: Make it Happen in Your School or Community

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