Indiana University: pilot program sends campus food “waste” to local farms for compost

Herald-Times

Herald-Times

This is such a great story! Unfortunately, could not access it on-line without a seven-day print subscription, and mine is only five-day. So, I called the Herald Times, and somebody there was kind enough to send it to me as a pdf.

Remember permaculture Principle #6:

There’s no such thing as waste. All waste is food.

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1 Response to Indiana University: pilot program sends campus food “waste” to local farms for compost

  1. tazjima says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal and commented:
    Worms love compost! Compost improves soil quality. Thanks.

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