Worm Farming Is One Way For College To Compost Food Waste

Worm Farming

In recent years, the college has sent fruit and vegetable waste from preparing meals at Stevenson — melon rinds and carrot tops, for example — to the college’s George Jones Memorial Farm. The farm receives about 200 pounds a week and turns that waste into fertilizer through its worm composting program.

Oberlin College pulper turns food scraps into compost


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