Category Archives: Composting

Traditional Composting

By Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communications Intern This is part two of the three-part composting series. Traditional composting is the most commonly known type. This is typically a compost pile or bin. This would consist of yard clippings and some types … Continue reading

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Composting: In Your Home

By: Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communications Intern Composting is a fun and easy way to reduce your carbon footprint as well as to give plants a healthy organic source of fertilization. There are many ways one can compost but for someone … Continue reading

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Hungry for Change and Wasting Away: Food Waste in America

  By Amanda Van Dall, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Remnants. Refuse. Garbage. Food waste by any other name would smell just as sour. Two years ago, the impending nature of this issue, paired with the overpowering odor of the problem … Continue reading

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Get Your Garden Growing

The abundance of opportunity to grow things means we also have access to a wide range of resources to help our gardens grow. Here are some great resources for Arizona gardeners.

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How to Compost

How to start your own compost pile and what to do with it.

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