An exercise in fertility: Schools to turn food waste into compost

Ryan McConnell, the president of the Colorado Mesa University Sustainability Council, left, and John Heideman, a culinary arts student at Western Colorado Community College, unload bags of compost at the college’s new facility.



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Ryan McConnell, the president of the Colorado Mesa University Sustainability Council, left, and John Heideman, a culinary arts student at Western Colorado Community College, unload bags of compost at the college’s new facility.

Sometimes it’s OK to be worm food. Members of a planning team for Colorado Mesa University and Western Colorado Community College’s new composting facility plan to deliver a feast…




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