2015 has been declared the International Year of Soils by the United Nations, making it the perfect time to start composting your food scraps to help rebuild soil health.

Healthy soil stores carbon in the ground where it provides multiple benefits for climate stability, food security, and fresh water availability. Food scraps are a valuable resource that can be used to make healthy soil instead of being thrown in the garbage. Food is, in fact, the single largest component of municipal solid waste reaching America’s landfills and incinerators.

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