Has anyone recycled discarded produce from supermarkets and maybe even restaurants as a source of compost? I was considering this as one of our projects to develop the compost for our bucket brigade and maybe even resale as a fund raiser at our local farmers market?
We have added a Quick Read Code commonly called a QR code and a Microsoft TAG code on the front page of our website so you can easliy scan the link to our website, include it in your smart device bookmarks and take us everywhere you go using your smart phone or device.
If you don't have a scanner on your smart device, I recommend the Microsoft TAG reader/scaner. This application can read both QR and the Microsoft Tag codes. This reduces the number of scanner applications you have on your handheld device.
We will continue to use both the QR Code for those scanners as well as the Microsoft Tag code.
Go to http://gettag.mobi to download the scanner to your smart device.
I just updated the webste with the inclusion of the movie "The True Cost of Food" from the Sierra Club National.
"The True Cost of Food: A campaign to promote sustainable food choices from the Sierra Club National Sustainable Consumption Committee.
We, the consumers, through our food choices, can stop the practices
that harm our health, our planet, and our quality of life.
The True Cost of Food is a 15 minute educational and entertaining video about sustainable food."