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Lessen your garbage bill, create nutrient-rich soil for your gardens and help save the world by composting your food scraps.

The Envirothon provides the opportunity for students to work together, solve problems and unite in creating a hopeful future for our planet.

Instead of working to remove fallen leaves from your lawn, have them work for you by adding mulched leaves to your lawn, garden and compost.

Composting is a great way to use up household food waste and boost garden productivity. Use these best practices to get the most out of your compost pile.

Learn to perfect the recipe for your compost before you get started to maximize nutrients and optimize the rate at which organic material is broken down.

Rust Belt Riders started with two people on bikes, picking up food waste to compost for community gardens and small farms, in 2014. The company now composts at a nearly 2-acre site in Independence, Ohio, collecting about 125 tons of food scraps per month and making its own soil blends to sell under its subsidiary, Tilth.

Consider a resolution to reduce your waste — reuse, repurpose and completely wear things out before discarding them as waste.

Composting is the easiest way to do your part to help save your world. Try these basics to start composting on your own.

If you haven't considered composting manure in the past this process may be easier than you think and could benefit your farm in more ways than one.

Pound for pound, the leaves of most trees contain twice as many minerals as manure. Learn to build a compost pile with the ones you rake up this fall.