Climate Quick Tip: Forgot the Leftover Kale? Compost It!

Anything organic that can't be consumed can be composted and used to nourish your garden and start the cycle over again. Use a countertop composter to turn all of your food waste and scraps into nutrient-rich fertilizer. Less waste, more plant-friendly soil.

Composting saves garbage waste and creates good garden fertilizer. Bluedot loves the Lomi, available in our Marketplace.

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