Vendor and sponsor info: 7th Annual National Cultivating Community Composting Forum!

Date: 11 Oct 2022 | posted in: Composting | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Become a vendor:

Get the word out about your company by bringing your equipment to our Community and Smaller-Size Composting Field Day!

When: Tuesday, January 24th, 2023

Where: Cal Poly Pomona: 4102 S University Dr., Pomona, CA 91768

What:  The morning will showcase equipment and practices for composting by communities, farmers, landscapers, and other businesses (but not for single residences). Equipment includes small windrow turners, aeration systems, chippers, screeners, collection vehicles, and anything bike or solar powered! We expect up to 150 or more attendees, including community composting practitioners and advocates.

To become a vendor, click here.

Questions? Contact Cary Oshins: cary.oshins@compostingcouncil.org   484-547-1521 (m)

 

Become a sponsor:

Support the 7th National Cultivating Community Composting (CCC) Forum and Field Day, January 23-24 in Ontario! These events will bring together community-scale composters to network, share best practices, and build support for community-scale composting systems and enterprises.

Contributions will primarily cover our scholarship fund, but also our networking reception, printed agendas/materials, and other direct expenses. The scholarship fund will help us bring more community composters to the event – especially those from underserved areas and chronically disenfranchised identities – and cover their travel, registration, and workshop costs.

Any amount is welcome and will be put to good use. Sponsor below!


Thanks to our current sponsors!

Click here to go to the landing page for the 2023 Cultivating Community Composting Forum and Field Day.

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Clarissa Libertelli coordinates the Community Composter Coalition for the Composting for Community initiative, as well as provides graphic design support across all initiatives. She received her Bachelor's at the University of Vermont in Environmental Studies and Political Science.