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What is Composting?
Composting is the aerobic decomposition of organic materials by microbes. It is nature's way of transforming end of life into new life again.
Artwork by Bryn Bell
Composting Learning Resources
The art, science, and practice of composting are interconnected to a wide range of social, environmental, and economic issues. Scroll down to find the web of relations and other useful compost-specific resources like books, videos, and articles.
Composting Web of Relations
Click on the themed circles in the web to learn more.
These are some helpful book resources to grow your knowledge base and improve your composting practice.
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Articles and Videos
NC State Extension:
Soil & Water Connection
Compost's Connection to the Climate
Compostable Materials Guide
Our compostable Materials Guide is a great resource
to make sure you are composting the right materials.
D.I.Y. Sifter Designs
Depending on the style of composting, you may not need to sift the compost. However, sifting guarantees you get only the finished product and break up the clumps of soil.
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