Across the country, the community composting movement is growing! Local composting provides immediate opportunities for reducing waste, improving soil health, creating jobs, and fighting climate change.
On the Composting for Community podcast, we bring you stories from the people doing this work on the ground and in the soil. Guests talk shop about their composting projects, and share their inspirations and lessons learned.
July 25th, 2019
On this episode, Linda and Michael talk about how LA Compost is building a diverse ecosystem of composting hubs that are facilitating community involvement in and ownership of their local food systems. READ MORE
December 22nd, 2017
ILSR’s BLP podcast host, Christopher Mitchell, and Composting for Community initiative Project Manager, Linda Bilsens, sit down with Sophia Hosain and Guy Schaffer to discuss how their composting projects are both engaging and serving their communities. READ MORE
December 8th, 2017
We talk with Tiffany Bess, Founder of Apple Rabbit Compost in Jacksonville, FL. Apple Rabbit Compost is a one-woman show that is changing the narrative around food waste to help nourish a more vibrant community from the ground up. READ MORE
December 1st, 2017
We talk with Kat Nigro, General Manager of Durham, NC-based Tilthy Rich Compost. Tilthy Rich, a bike-powered food scrap hauler, aims to make composting a common practice accessible to everyone in their hometown of Durham. READ MORE
November 29th, 2017
We talk with Corinne Coe-Law, Co-Founder and Director of the Atlanta-based Terra Nova Compost Cooperative. Terra Nova Compost aims to teach underserved communities the value and importance of soil building as it relates to urban agriculture, food justice and climate change. READ MORE
December 15th, 2016
In this episode, Chris Mitchell, the director of our Community Broadband Networks initiative, interviews Linda Bilsens, Project Manager of ILSR's Neighborhood Soil Rebuilders Program. READ MORE