ILSR Talks about Composting on NPR’s Kojo Nnamdi Show

ILSR Talks about Composting on NPR’s Kojo Nnamdi Show

Date: 31 Aug 2011 | posted in: Composting, waste - composting, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Farmers and home gardeners have always known about the benefits of composting: converting left over food scraps and plant waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer. But a group of activists and social entrepreneurs says this ancient practice could also transform our urban and suburban environments, helping cut down on waste and strengthen urban agriculture. We explore the science of converting food scraps to fertilizer, and find out about an ambitious new program being rolled out in Howard County, Maryland.

 

Guests

Evelyn Tomlin
Chief of the Bureau of Environmental Services, Howard County (MD)

Brenda Platt
Co-Director, Institute for Local Self-Reliance

Jeremy Brosowsky
Principal, Agricity LLC; and Founder, Compost Cab
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Brenda Platt is the Co-Director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and heads up its Composting for Community project.