In collaboration with the US Composting Council (USCC) and BioCycle, the Institute for Local Self-Reliance announces two events to be held in conjunction with the USCC’s International Conference and Trade Show, COMPOST2018, in Atlanta: BEST PRACTICES IN COMMUNITY COMPOSTING WORKSHOP MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2018 CULTIVATING COMMUNITY COMPOSTING FORUM 2018 TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2018 View the full event page… Continue reading
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About Virginia Streeter
Virginia Streeter is a Research Associate for the Composting for Community Project.
On Monday, June 5th, ILSR and the community composting network hosted a webinar on “Successful Rat Prevention for Community-Scaled Composting.” Photo at left features a rat resistant 5-bin Compost Knox composting system at Real Food Farm, courtesy of Urban Farm Plans. The webinar covered rat biology and behavior, and explored compost best management practices (BMPs) that help projects avoid rats. BMPs… Continue reading
Since we wrote about Maryland House Bill 1349, “Compostable, Degradable, and Biodegradable Plastic Products – Labeling,” in late February, it has made significant progress in the Maryland state legislature. As of March 23rd, the bill passed its third reading in the House and moved on to the Senate. Since the bill was not cross-filed with… Continue reading
On November 30, 2016, members of ILSR’s Composting Makes Sense team attended the Maryland Food Recovery Summit. Brenda Platt was a vital part of organizing the summit, along with Hilary Miller and Kaley Laleker from the Maryland Department of the Environment. The Maryland Secretary of the Environment, Ben Grumbles, opened the day with a Mark… Continue reading