Category Archives: Composting

Growing Healthy Minds & Appetites: The Benefits of School Gardens and Kitchens

By: Cecelia Wilken There is a growing disconnect between farms and tables around the world. With the ease of modern-day groceries and influx of fast-food restaurants around the world, many children grow up without learning the fundamentals of proper nutrition. … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Ag in the Classroom, Arizona, Composting, Farmer's Markets, Fill Your Plate, Focus on Agriculture, Food, Food Production, Fun Food Facts, Gardening, Green Matters, In Season, In the Kitchen, Just For Fun, Kids, On the Farm, Planting, Vegetables, Water, Weather | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Make Your Plate Sustainable

By Angela Bates a Recent ASU Student Environmental concerns have been making headlines and within all the information about how and why the world is in trouble, there seems to be a lack of information on how we can help … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Composting, Cooking, Green Matters, Grocery, Reusable Grocery Bags | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Vermicomposting

By Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communications Intern This is number three of a three-part composting series. Vermicomposting is a different method of composting, thanks to the help of these little guys: worms! One might think composting with worms is insane, however, … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Arizona, Composting, Crafts, Gardening, Just For Fun, Planting, Produce, Water | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Traditional Composting

By Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communications Intern This is part two of the three-part composting series. Traditional composting is the most commonly known type. This is typically a compost pile or bin. This would consist of yard clippings and some types … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Arizona, Composting, Focus on Agriculture, Gardening | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Composting: In Your Home

By: Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communications Intern Composting is a fun and easy way to reduce your carbon footprint as well as to give plants a healthy organic source of fertilization. There are many ways one can compost but for someone … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Composting, Eggs, Food Facts, Gardening, Green Matters, Just For Fun, Planting | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment