Thanks to Gainesville Compost . . .

Chris Cano of Gainesville Compost is on the far right

Chris Cano (far right) and our expressive Friday crew

We have worms!  Chris from Gainesville Compost helped students build a large worm bin to dispose of some of the snack scraps we produce. Students are amazed at how quickly the vegetable matter “disappears.”

gnv compost

WORMWe are so grateful and proud to work with Gainesville Compost. They have been regular helpers, and this new composting system not only helps the students learn about worms and their function in decomposition and soil conditioning but will also teach the many visitors we have at Loften.

You can learn a lot about them and how to plug into their bike-powered composting service and advice here.

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