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Documentary on Community Gardening in South Wales

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Community Foodie Documentary

Dec 28, 2013
(Must see. Mike)

The Community Foodie documentary has been put together to share all the amazing work that has been done across the rural areas of Bridgend, Vale of Glamorgan and Torfaen (South Wales) to bring food growing back to the heart of the communities.

With the support of the Community Foodie Project local communities have turned their food growing visions into reality.

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The Compost Club in Sonoma County, California

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A loan of $5,000 helps me to buy materials (culvert and shade cloth), plywood lids, worms, and a trommel screen sifter to complete a production farm to supply and sell compost worms.

By Rick Kaye, Founder
The Compost Club
Dec 26, 2013

Our nonprofit, The Compost Club, has been introducing school and business wide vermicompost systems in Sonoma County, California since 2003. More than 15 sites participate in our program, which now diverts 44,000 lbs. of food scraps from the landfill each year. We have an excellent track record diverting organic waste and educating others about alternatives for handling waste.

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