There’s even a way to eat chocolate while supporting an important eco-cause.
Composting’s not very hard once you develop a habit, and living in New York City means you have options ranging from fermenting your own scraps to dropping them off at the Greenmarket.
The class will prepare you to start your own projects and train others in order to make composting more accessible.
Edible Manhattan readers are food waste-reduction champs.
Want to keep your food scraps out of landfills? Call the Compostess.
Yesterday the Department of Sanitation and Grow NYC dropped some pretty heavy news on New York City: since they introduced collections at Greenmarkets in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island in 2011, they’ve collection ONE MILLION POUNDS of compost.