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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One North Country site will be selected to receive a community-scale composter from Compost for Good

AdkAction’s Compost for Good (CfG) project is looking for a new home for a community scale in-vessel drum composter. The 4’x20′ design is capable of processing up to 50,000 pounds of food scraps per year and will be made available to a North Country Site Host to be used as

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Compost for Good project awarded $170K for community composting initiatives

SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. — Turning food waste into compost will be easier for North Country communities, thanks to expanded funding for a regional community-scale composting program. AdkAction and the Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) announced that the Compost for Good (CfG) initiative has been awarded $170,000 in grants to provide

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Fair Share Program Served 100 Families this Growing Season

This summer, AdkAction launched the second year of our Fair Share program, a component of our food security project that funds participation in local farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) shares for qualified area residents. Each week, participants in the Fair Share program receive a selection of fresh fruits and vegetables

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