Community Composting with Compost NOW

 

Community Composting with Compost NOW

Description

Bring your frozen food scraps in a reusable or compostable container to feed farm animals or be turned into nutrient-rich composted used by local farms.

Compost NOW accepts the following:
⋅ Frozen fruit and vegetable scraps (peels, pits, seeds)
⋅ Tea bags, coffee grounds & filters
⋅ Eggshells, nut & seed shells
⋅ Plain bread, plain grains or plain pasta (no oily or creamy dressings)

Please no meat, bones, or dairy.

Want to volunteer? Email lynneserpe.nola@gmail.com or find Compost NOW on Facebook.

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