For those in the midwest with younger children in school, you maybe familiar with Minneapolis-based organization Neighborhood Forest, a local organization which seeks to raise funding for the purchase of thousands of tree samplings to be donated to schools in the region.
As part of an ongoing effort to highlight dedicated and passionate organics recycling and diversion programs across the country, Natur-Blog spoke to the team heading up the recycling program at Charlotte, NC's Spectrum Center, home of the Charlotte Hornets. This is a summary of how their program was founded and the success they've seen since its inception.
As part of Natur-Blog's efforts to highlight and aid local and regional events focused on diversion and sustainability, we took a look at a recent event held in North Carolina which serves as a great example of how to hold a successful community event while also being mindful of waste and where it ends up.
As part of an ongoing effort to highlight dedicated and passionate organics recycling and diversion programs across the country, Natur-Blog reached out to Bellingham, Washington's Community Food Co-op to learn a bit more about their program's history, results, and the reception it received in the community.
We spoke to Melissa Elkins, Community Food Co-op's Sustainability Coordinator and Administrative Assistant.
Once again, the annual US Composting Council brought together some of the country's most prominent composting and zero waste minds to share success stories, local and national legislative efforts, and the latest in composting advances.
The 2017 conference was no different and we were proud to not only learn from some of the best industry minds, but also to exhibit and start numerous discussions on sustainability - not to mention enjoying the closing ceremonies which took a fun look at USCC's past, present and future!