Locally Produced Compost:
Champlain Valley Compost, Co.
Grow Compost of Vermont
Highfields Center for Composting
Vermont Compost Company
Vermont Natural Ag Products, Inc.
Lamoille Watershed Compost Directory
Composting Programs and Information in your District:
Chittenden Solid Waste District
Addison County Solid Waste Management District
Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District
Greater Upper Valley Solid Waste District
Rutland County Solid Waste District
Highfields Center for Composting
Compost Quality Resources:
Wood's End Test Kits
Association of Vermont Recyclers (AVR) - AVR promotes solid and hazardous waste reduction in Vermont, through public education and outreach on waste management practices, environmental ethics, responsible consumption and other strategies sustainable for sustainable futures.
ATTRA -appropriate technology transfer for rural areas -
BioCycle Journal of Composting and Recycling - includes articles on compost science, business development in the industry, and conferences.
Composting Council of Canada
Association for Organics Recycling (AFOR), UK - a great resource for technical information
Compost Marketing and Labeling Project
Results of a survey conducted in 2000 by the Cornell Waste Management Institute with the goal to help insure that compost products made and sold meet user needs. The survey is part of a project partially supported by the NYS Energy Research and Development Authority and carried out by the Cornell Waste Management Institute, * Woods End Research Lab , and the NYS Organic Recycling and Compost Council (committee of the NYS Association for Reduction, Reuse and Recycling) .
Compost - Science & Utilization - a quarterly peer-reviewed journal focusing on management techniques to improve compost process and product quality, with special emphasis on utilization of composted materials.
Farm-Scale Composting Resource List
Local Harvest - a good resource for finding food grown in your area.
Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) - an organization of farmers, gardeners, and consumers working to promote an economically viable and ecologically sound Vermont food system for the benefit of current and future generations.
State of Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) - The ANR compost center, founded in 1997, promotes the composting of source separated, organic waste in Vermont. The center focuses on technology and information transfer, increasing the use of compost in Vermont, studying regulatory issues concerning composting, and providing financial assistance through small grants for composting projects.
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (SARE) - SARE is a USDA competetive grants program that supports research and education that helps build the economic viability of agriculture in the United States.
United States Composting Council (USCC) - The USCC is involved in research, public education, composting, and compost standards, expansion of compost markets and the enlistment of public support.
University of Vermont Plant and Soil Science Laboratory - UVM's agricultural and environmental testing laboratory.
Vermont Fresh Network (VFN) - VFN builds innovative partnerships among farmers and consumers to strengthen Vermont's agriculture.
Wormpost Northeast, a redworm farm and consulting business located in Lamoille County, Vermont
www.wormkits.com - materials and instructions to convert plastic tote to vermiculture composting bin.
Singing Horses - To make the horses sing, click on their heads. To make them cease singing,
click their heads again.
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