Live Green and Earn Points


  • Sue C. 1 month ago
    I have been composting throughout the winter using food scraps such as egg shells, orange peels, banana peels, paper bags, paper plates, carrot peels, coffee grounds, coffee filters, etc cut into small pieces to make the process go faster. It takes time for it all to break down properly and you need to keep the soil moist.i also add chicken bones to the pile too. However; I have also been considering red worms but haven’t purchased them yet.
  • Kathleen R. 2 months ago
    Don't rabbits and squirrels at times. Frogs hibernate.
  • Jodi H. 2 months ago
    I still throw scraps in my compost during the winter. I'm always adding leaves from the ground to help it along.
  • tommy b. 2 months ago
  • Javier M. 3 months ago
    I am reminded of this little ditty: "And the worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    The worms play pinochle on your snout
    They eat your eyes, they eat your noes
    They eat the jelly between your toes"
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