Community Compost Project
"Together, we can become a community who composts!"
Join the party and take a pledge to compost! Here's how:
- Compost at home or pick up a bucket at the Cook Inletkeeper Community Action Studio (35911 Kenai Spur Hwy, Unit 13 in Soldotna) and bring your compost back to the studio or to Diamond M Ranch on K-Beach Rd;
- Every time you compost, weigh your food scraps (1 gallon =approx. 4lbs) and record in the logbook online or onsite;
- Keep your bucket, and keep composting! By keeping track, we can make a great case that our community is ready to compost on a larger scale!
If you compost 10 times, we'll send you a #FeedChickensNotLandfills sticker!
Take the pledge...
Community Compost Pro-Tips: Line your bucket with a paper bag for ease of transfer; compost ALL food scraps, including meat, pet hair, coffee grounds, etc. - what the chickens don't eat, they scratch into their bedding; fresher is better, so keep your food scraps cool in the garage, fridge, or freezer. *Please pulverize egg shells so the chickens don't associate eggs as food and eat their own eggs!
Home Compost Pro-Tips: Collect a big pile of dry leaves, sawdust, or other "brown" material to add to your "green" food scraps and garden waste - this will also minimize odor; use flexible metal garden fence to make a circle "bin" or wire pallets together to make an enclosure to keep dogs out.
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