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Composter Training Program
Publications and reports
Scientific research is critical to expansion of the use of compost products in designing low impact development projects such as brownfield remediation and wetlands restoration.
The Composting Council Research and Education Foundation (CCREF) has consolidated scientific research to update a valuable research publication in response to the growing body of research supporting the effectiveness of compost to mitigate storm water by managing rain where it falls, thereby preventing the transport of sediment and harmful pollutants to our nation’s waterways.
The guide, the 1997 edition of the Soil and Water Connection: A Watershed Manager’s Guide to Organics, provides water, soil and forestry managers with scientific best practices for compost use.
Great Food Starts Fresh is a 350-page cookbook featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients—with 135 delicious recipes and photos.
Five years in the making, this cookbook is Nathan’s dream come true. After working in farmers markets and restaurants for over a decade and cooking on television, he has put his heart and soul into carefully designing each recipe in this book so that you can cook delicious, fresh meals for yourself, your friends, and your family.
TMECC provides detailed protocols for the composting industry to verify the physical, chemical, and biological condition of composting feedstocks, material in process and compost products at the point of sale. Material testing is needed to verify product safety and market claims.