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Dark, crumbly, nutrient-rich material seems to magically appear just by mounding up organic waste and letting microorganisms do their work. Compost made from leaves, food scraps, grass clippings, and other organic material can be used to nourish your lawn, plants, trees, and shrubs year after year.

COMPOST IN YOUR YARD

COMPOST IN YOUR YARD

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Compost is a dark, crumbly, porous, soil-like material called humus, the rich, organic component of soil. 

At home composting means you don’t have to haul your leaves and other organic matter off site, you don’t need to transport food waste in your car, you don’t have to buy chemical fertilizers or mulch, and you can use your compost on your plants, lawn, and garden.

 

COMPOST LIKE YOUR BEDFORD NEIGHBORS!

Lauren uses an Earth Machine to compost at home.