Plant a seed. Personal action does have an impact and can connect one to the greater global movement.
Reduce and Regenerate
|Composting! You Can Do It
Making and using compost is the cornerstone of gardening, especially organic gardening. The finished product is rich, dark, crumbly and sweet-smelling. It is made of recycled garden and kitchen waste, and can also include paper products. It is used to feed and condition the soil and in making potting mixes. Around 40 percent of the average dustbin contents are suitable for home composting so it helps cut down on landfill too.
|Create a Zero Waste Kitchen –
7 Tips for a Zero-Waste Kitchen
Connect and Learn!
- Become a Master Gardener: The Master Gardener program, typically offered through universities in the United States and Canada, provides intense home horticulture training to individuals who then volunteer in their communities, giving lectures, creating gardens, conducting research, and many other projects.