Last year we transported the homemade compost in my trunk from Norfolk, VA to Yulee, FL in order not to waste what we’d worked so hard to make and in order to use the homemade compost in our new garden.
The compost didn’t smell bad, but it was hot and wet and left a mess in the bags. Continue reading
Posted in Reusing
Tagged avoiding the landfill, Compost, garbage bags, Garden, grass clippings, less waste, military lifestyle, military spouse, reusing, reusing garbage bags, zero waste
I found these colorful signs behind Ernie Morgan Environmental Action Center in Norfolk, VA before we moved. I thought it was the simplest step-by-step, how-to-start-your-own compost I’d ever seen. They also gave composting tips and showed examples of backyard compost bins. I wanted to pass them on. They might give someone an idea somewhere…..
Proof how simple composting really is!
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Tagged backyard compost pile, Compost tips, Environment, Ernie Morgan Environmental Action Center, Garden, grass clippings, green lifestyle, homemade compost bin, kitchen waste, military lifestyle, military spouse, Organic matter, Soil and Additives, zero waste
Guess where we’ve been this weekend?
Posted in Gardening
Tagged Compost, fall garden, first harvest, Garden, gardening, grass clippings, growing your own food, harvesting, military lifestyle, miltitary spouse, reducing carbon footprint, reusing, Slow cooker, zero waste