Category Archives: Installed systems

Winding Down

Thanks for visiting our site. For the last thirteen years, we have made small but steady progress, educating and installing worm bin systems at schools, businesses, and institutions. More than thirty five sites now engage in daily recycling of food and … Continue reading

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How it Works

The Compost Club has a simple mission. We fundamentally change the routine of waste handling onsite. We introduce a new school or business practice- put it here, not there. Twenty schools and businesses have joined our program, which all started in 2003 … Continue reading

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Small steps

The Compost Club effort has been underway now for ten years. We fundamentally change how waste is handled at a business or institution. It all adds up. It’s a small thing, really, a new simple ritual that changes the landscape … Continue reading

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Kiva Zip tackled Access to Capital: Introducing our worm farm at Bucher Dairy

In Agriculture, it is said, an individual must move beyond five obstacles to declare and sustain themselves as a Farmer by occupation. This is different than the conversation about sustainable farming, which is about our value system to choose farming practices that meet or exceed customer … Continue reading

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Small Scale on a Large Scale

Our gratitude is extended to writer and Healdsburg resident Ann Carranza. Our non-profit got some nice press coverage in today’s paper. This represents ten years of daily acts happening around Sonoma County. Read about it here. In 2003, we helped … Continue reading

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Recycling Changes Everything

The Compost Club kicks off our K-6 school program with a presentation that requires audience participation. Each student is presented with leftovers from a mock lunch – the leftover food, the plastic baggies, the lunch sack, etc. Then the fun … Continue reading

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