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            LIVING GREEN - Monday, June 9, 2008

Good morning, 

Now that the weather is warm and gardening and lawn main-
tenance is in full swing, I want to focus on the perfect 
home recycling project - composting. It's easy, eliminates 
garbage, can save you money and it's even fun, too! 

Today I will tell you how to get started, but make sure to 
come back tomorrow for more! 

Thanks for reading, 

Your Living Green editor 


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Home Composting...

* Composting, nature's own way of recycling, is the controlled 
decomposition of organic material such as leaves, twigs, grass 
clippings, and vegetable food waste.

* Composting can be practiced in most backyards in a homemade 
or manufactured composting bin (some cities do require enclosed 
bins). If you really want to start simple you can just find a 
shady corner of your yard and start piling. 

* Eventually you're going to want a bin. Homemade bins can be 
constructed out of scrap wood, chicken wire, snow fencing or 
even old garbage cans (with holes punched in the sides and 

* Ideally you will want your bin to be about four-to five-feet 
square and no more than three feet deep, in a shaded area, and 
someplace where it is convenient to get to with your composting 
materials and water. You can even dig out a shallow, 6-inch pit 
to get started. 

     Make sure to come back tomorrow when we discuss 
     what's going into your new composting pile! 


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