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About compostforbrooklyn

Compost for Brooklyn empowers city residents to sustainably reduce waste and cultivate healthy urban ecosystems.

Join the Team!

We are looking for volunteers to join our team of fun, passionate, and talented shift leaders! Beginning March 15th, we will have more open hours at Compost for Brooklyn. We are very excited to offer extended hours, but more hours … Continue reading

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Show Newkirk Avenue some love!

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Join our friends at the Flatbush Farm Share for a Community Meal

For more about Flatbush Farm Share, click here.

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Volunteer Opportunity and a message from Composting Gowanus’ Erik M.

Volunteer with Composting Gowanus this Sunday! Hola Composters! So you wonder why composters seem crazy happy all the time?  It’s because we get our high from the pile! Grab a pitchfork, we’re composting this Sunday at the Gowanus salt lot!  … Continue reading

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Winter Herbs Workshop at SALUD!

Join us this Saturday to make your own herbal remedies!  

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Flatbush Community Garden Winter Fest

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We’re forming a communications team!

Have ideas for how the newsletter could be better? Know of a great place to publicize events? Interested in volunteering? Join C4B’s new communications team! We have a lot of exciting projects going on–graphic design, web, print, you name it–and … Continue reading

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From the self-improvement desk…

New Year’s Resolutions from Compost for Brooklyn Did you resolve to waste less in 2012?  We were so inspired by the examples some of our neighbors set in 2011 that we turned them into a list of resolutions anyone can … Continue reading

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From the Locavore…

Sustainable Sides By Suzanne Cope After the first frost, when some farmer’s markets shut down for the season, and the taste of fresh corn and vine-ripe tomatoes seem like a lifetime away, it might seem as if there is little … Continue reading

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Bring us your leaves this Sunday!

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