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Raising Green Kids: The Trick is Getting Their Hands Dirty

Help your kids get excited about compost. It’s an easy step that will boost your garden and green your home.

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Million Tomato Compost Campaign Kicks Off With a HUGE Goal!

If you love growing tomatoes as much as we do, you are going to be very interested in learning more about the U.S. Composting Council’s Million Tomato Compost Campaign.  The goal of this campaign is to grow one million tomatoes for community gardens and food banks! The

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Super Foods and Healing Herbs – The Key Ingredients for a “Wellness Garden”

You’ve probably heard it a million times: “You are what you eat!” Do you believe it? Even if you have your doubts, it’s reasonable to agree that eating a healthy diet is one of the most certain methods of guaranteeing good health and well-being. The easiest way

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Compost Made of Kitchen Scraps vs. Pre-Packaged Fertilizer: Does Your Garden Notice the Difference?

Does your garden know the difference between compost made of pre-packaged fertilizer and compost that consists of kitchen scraps? To best answer this question, let’s first review the scenario from the perspective of the garden. If you were a garden, would you want to garner nutrients from

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Tips on Creating a Zero Waste Kitchen

Hello fellow composters! Hope 2013 is off to a good start for all of you! I’m willing to bet my Green Cycler that many of you made a new year’s resolution to create a Zero Waste Kitchen this year. Right? How’s it been going? Are you finding

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The path to happiness is dirty hands!

Compost can help save your sanity (or at least make a positive contribution). Turns out that getting your hands dirty in the garden has demonstrated mood-lifting benefits. The dirt-mood connection surfaced several years ago when Dr. Christopher Lowry and colleagues injected harmless soil bacteria (M. vaccae) into mice.

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