Most of us know that composting is good for the environment. After all, compost helps plants grow! But sometimes you’re not sure why it’s good for the environment. To discover that, we have to look at landfills.
Compost Clubhouse WOULD LOVE to pick up your food waste weekly for a fee of $20 per month! But if you’re not interested in our service, you can still do your part to help the planet.
We know the pillars of composting. After you cook a hardboiled egg or skin a potato, you automatically throw the waste into your compost bin. Yet you might not know some other waste that you should be throwing in there, too!
We invite everyone to join the club! While kids are still at the center of everything we do, our organization has evolved into a network of proud parents, neighbors, teachers and like-minded individuals.
What is Kids That Compost? A social enterprise founded in Columbus, Ohio that empowers kids to educate and inspire our communities. Article by Sistain.
Residents of Grandview Heights now have multiple options for advancing sustainability and reducing food waste. Article by Grandview Heights.
Compost Clubhouse (formerly Kids That Compost) began one early Saturday morning in the summer of 2019.
Sally Hofmans-Currie sees “how important it is for people to act individually to be environmentally responsible and how much difference an individual person can make.” Article by The Columbus Dispatch.