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COMPOSTING 101 class at KOKO The Shop

Compost Clubhouse co-hosted a COMPOSTING 101 class at KOKO The Shop! We are big fans of the shop Koko, a sustainable living shop & refillery with locations in Clintonville and the Hilltop! Have you been? This month, our youth team led a COMPOSTING 101 class there to present the ongoing issues of food waste being sent to landfills and provide composting tips and tricks. Our sustainability superstars leading this class were CiCi JobeEmma KimMadi Kim, and Evie Shepherd.

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Compost Clubhouse featured in Global Scholars video

Disha Hoque, a junior at Pickerington High School Central and member of the Global Scholars honors diploma program, recently created a short film about local food waste organizations featuring an interview with Emersen White, a member of the Compost Clubhouse youth team and a freshman at Columbus School for Girls. Disha questioned Emersen about the composting process and her history as a leader with Compost Clubhouse. Emersen’s aunt also shares how composting easily integrates with condo living at Park’s Edge in Columbus.

Check out the short film below!

2nd Annual Earth Day Compost Giveaway — APRIL 23rd, 12 – 3 pm

To celebrate Earth Day, Compost Clubhouse will be providing FREE compost at 1625 Glendale Avenue in Grandview (corner of Grandview Ave and Goodale Blvd). Simply drive up with your own bucket and the Compost Clubhouse youth team will fill it with compost for your garden! (Please note that this drive-through will be contact-free at our food waste drop-off station from 12 – 3pm.)

Composting is the recycling of organic materials back into a useful soil product that can be used in gardens or potted plants. It can save you money and time as well as reduce your garden’s weeding and watering needs. It also benefits the environment by recycling valuable organic resources and extending the life of our landfills.

What’s happening in your school cafeteria or sustainable club?

Reach out to see if Compost Clubhouse can help. Students lead the initiatives and more and more Columbus-area youth are choosing to practice daily food diversion. Youth leaders teach their schools and communities about this simple, healthy habit. Contact us at

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