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  • Hannah Crawford-Barnett

    Infographic: Composting 101 -- What's in, What's out? (I'll do this one day when I have a yard.)

  • Melanie Juays

    Composting 101 Infographic - Learn to Compost - Trash Talk

  • Keishla Brown (Torres)

    Don't really have a green thumb, but I figured this would be helpful at some point in my teaching career. Composting ....

  • Sarah Hood

    Composting 101 infographic - I keep all onion-family vegetables and citrus out of the compost bin, too, but only because we have a huge worm population...

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