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International Compost Awareness Week 2008

For a guy who is mega-passionate about composting I can certainly be a dunce sometimes! Until just a couple of hours ago, I had no clue that ‘International Compost Awareness Week’ (May 4-10) was about to begin. Thankfully, I at least found out BEFORE it started, not after it had passed!
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Anyway, I just wanted to write a quick post to let everyone know. In a sense it almost seems like my subconscious knew it was coming up – as you may have noticed, I’ve been pretty active with the composting-related posts on the blog lately (in comparison to my usual posting schedule and range of topics, that is).

Needless to say, I am going to make a real effort to continue the trend, and will keep all my posts this week themed around the topic of composting (and related practices).

If you have been thinking about potentially starting up your own composting system for the first time this year or getting back to a neglected compost pile/bin in your yard, what better time to do so than during International Compost Awareness Week?! There are lots of great composting-related events taking place so be sure to check out your city/regional website to see what’s happening in your area.

Anyway, I’m off to bed so I’ll leave it at that for now, but I’ll write more soon!

[tags]compost, composting, compost awareness, composting council, composting workshops, composting training[/tags]

Written by Compost Guy on May 4th, 2008 with 1 comment.
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#1. May 4th, 2008, at 12:15 PM.

One cool thing our little town does is compost all the leaves and shredded tree limbs and offers it back to the townsfolk. I have high hopes for my personal compost pile this year.

Happy compost week!

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