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Grow


Grow

“Healthfulness of food cannot be divorced from the health of
the food chain that produced it."
- Michael Pollan

 

 

 

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Grow


Grow

“Healthfulness of food cannot be divorced from the health of
the food chain that produced it."
- Michael Pollan

 

 

 

 

We grow healthy soil

We are growing heaps of bacteria, fungi, insects, and millions of micro organisms that create a soil amendment out of food waste. We are striving to grow a network of businesses and residents that are focused on managing food waste to maximize it’s potential. We are focused on growing awareness through education and demonstration of our composting methods. Our goal is to inform and encourage as many people as possible to stop throwing their food waste in the trash and start putting it in a pile, a bin, a tumbler, or in a bucket for us to pick up. Feed the food that feeds you.


Compost Consultation

If you live in an apartment building, a house, a condo, or really anywhere we will assist you in figuring out the best method for you to begin composting your food waste. Our consultation fee is $50 for the initial visit. We understand that many people are interested in diverting food waste but may be uncertain about how to accomplish that goal, give us a shout and we will help figure it out.

 
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Eat

“Tell me what you eat and I wIll tell you what you are."
- Brillat Savarin

 

 

 

Eat


Eat

“Tell me what you eat and I wIll tell you what you are."
- Brillat Savarin

 

 

 

 

Eating is part of everyone's life

We are what we eat and what we eat has a great impact on how we feel and how we live our lives. Eating local, seasonal, and sustainably grown foods is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. 
 
The world population is set to reach 9 billion people by 2050, how will we feed everyone?! Some may say that we need to grow more food, up to 60% more than we currently produce. Nearly half (40%) of the food grown in the world last year was thrown out. We must be more diligent with managing our resources. We grow plenty of food we just need to be more aware of where it goes and how we can use it to benefit ourselves, our families, and our communities. Feed people, not landfills.

Eating wisely is not just about choosing a carrot over a candy bar. We vote with our food dollars every day. Choosing to buy only what you need and eating, saving, donating, or composting everything that you prepare are just a few simple ways that you can save food scraps from being sent to landfills.
 
Eating locally grown and prepared foods help to strengthen local economies. Foods that travel a shorter distance to your plate also reduce the amount of resources required to get them to your plate. There are many resources used to grow food including water, soil, and energy. Food is grown, manufactured, transported, and disposed of before it reaches your plate. Food production contributes 13% of greenhouse gases emitted in the United States. What you do with the food you end up purchasing at a grocery store, farmers’ market, or restaurant has a great impact on the environment.

 
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FEED THE FOOD THAT FEEDS YOU

Grow food.

Grow the awareness of food usage and disposal methods. Grow microorganisms.

Eat food.

Eat food wisely and waste as little as possible. Let the community of micro and macroorganisms eat their way through your compost pile.

Repeat the process.

Use the newly created soil to grow more food and continue the cycle. What we grow, what we eat, and what we return to the soil determines how well we live.