Tip of the Week – Create A Compost Pile

By | April 21, 2008

Earth Day is this week, April 22 to be exact, which is a perfect time to learn about our planet & how to take care of it. Creating a compost pile in your garden is a great activity for Earth Day.

Composting is basically mixing raw food scraps from your kitchen with leaves & other yard waste, plus water. This will not only reduce your trash sent to the landfill but it will also create one killer fertilizer for all those home grown veggies.

If you don’t already compost at home, go green and start this Tuesday – Earth Day!

7 thoughts on “Tip of the Week – Create A Compost Pile

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  2. Compost Making Guy

    Really, compost is easy to make. You are right, all you have to do is start stacking up yard waste and kitchen scraps. However, my experience is that it is best to have some kind of bin to keep out mice and other undesireable creatures. Composting is a great way to go. Keep up the good work!

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