Composting is nature's own way of recycling. Composting is the controlled decomposition of organic material such as leaves, twigs, grass clippings, and food scraps.
Compost is the soil amendment product that results from composting. Whether it's done on site, at the point of waste generation or in a large-scale, centralized facility, composting helps to keep the high volume of organic material out of landfills and turns it into a
product that is useful for soil restoration and water conservation.
Composting is good for several reasons:
Why Use Compost in Your Garden?
Learn How to Compost and Other Composting Resources
Follow the links below to be directed to composting resources: