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Feeding the soil for future life

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International Compost Awareness Week 2013 has now ended. From its start in 1995 in Canada, this event has now become part of annual awareness-building efforts for organics recycling and compost use in Australia, the UK, the United States, Ireland as well as across our country.

While every week is a Compost Week, reflecting the fact that organic residuals are created every day — whether in food production and consumption, through other life happenings as well as when gardens are active… the emphasis on the first full week of May is on “awareness” of the potential that compost offers to our environment, the health and vitality of our soils and in turn local food production as well as job creation.

The theme for this year’s celebrations is “Feed the Soil… COMPOST.”

Soil is the basis of life on our planet; everything and everyone draws strength from the productivity and health of…

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