Washington State High School Senior Wins 2015 International Compost Poster Contest
Her conviction that increasing awareness of the benefits of recycling organics to convert them to useful materials caused Emily Mozzone to enter the prize-winning poster for the annual contest sponsored by the US Composting Council.
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NYC, “Humanure” Inventor Among Upcoming US Composting Council Award Recipients
Bethesda, MD (Jan. 2, 2015) – A South Carolina program leading the way to markets and food scrap composting, a longtime industry advocate dedicated to composting education and a researcher who has brought her studies to multiple audiences are among those receiving recognition from their peers at the US Composting Council at the upcoming January 22 awards ceremony. For more, click here.
Composters, Advocates for Ending Senior Hunger Join Forces to Solve Food Crisis
Bethesda, MD (January 6, 2015) -- The US Composting Council and the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger (NFESH) today announced a partnership to take to a wider audience the message of the connection between the growing problems of food waste and hunger among America’s seniors.
In commenting on the unusual alliance, Al Rattie, interim executive director, USCC, said “Our missions intersect: diverting resources that can contribute to world soil health, and ending food insecurity.” For more click here.