We loved this conversation with the guys from CarbonCycle, here are a few of our key takeaways:
Composting is a natural process that turns organic waste into fertile soil, which can nourish plants and create healthier ecosystems.
Bones and other organic waste can be composted, but it's essential to maintain the right balance of greens and browns and ensure adequate aeration.
Worms play a critical role in composting, breaking down organic matter into simple sugars and making nitrogen available for plants.
Composting can be simple: you can simply layer organic waste with leaves and wait for decomposition to take place.
Connecting with local resources and understanding the organic matter available in your community is essential for successful composting.