How to Build a Compost Cart (revised)
Composting Manual for Food Service Employees
Close the Loop! Compost.
Highfields Center for Composting is your partner in community composting. Our mission is to close the loop on community-based, sustainable food and agricultural systems, thus addressing soil health, water quality, solid waste, farm viability, and climate change. We research, educate, and provide...
Zero Waste Event Guide
This guide will help the event planner design and implement a waste management program that encourages participants to make the correct decisions regarding recycling, composting, and trash disposal.
Tote Rejection Policy
Highfields has a written policy that outlines the criteria used for rejecting a tote with tainted food scraps.
Growing Local Fertility: A Guide to Community Composting
Almost half the materials Americans discard—food scraps, yard trimmings, and soiled paper—are compostable. Municipal and county governments increasingly recognize the importance of composting. In fact, more than 250 communities have now instituted residential food scrap collection programs, up from...
Video: Vermont Businesses Close the Loop
Whether you are a restaurant, a food processor, a hospital, a ski resort or a school, composting your food scraps is an easy and inexpensive way for your business or institution to go green! In this video, see what business owners and employees have to say about separating food scraps in their...
Highfields Center for Composting has partnered with your community to introduce Close the Loop! Vermont, a community composting program that saves valuable resources by composting food scraps and turning them into nutritious soil for farmers, gardeners, and the community. Residents in your region...