Here are our top ten reasons (across global, national, and local dimensions) to join our program (please check the reference links within each point).
Reducing food waste is one of the top ways that average consumers can help the environment.
Food waste in our landfill creates methane gas, one of the worst greenhouse gases in the environment. If food waste were a country, it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere behind China and the U.S.
Compost does great things for our soil – it retains moisture and nutrients, protects plants from extreme temps, and improves soil structure.
Compost promotes microbial activity that feeds your plants. Healthier soil means healthier plants. Healthier plants means healthier people.
New research suggests that working in the soil can actually positively affect your immunity and gut health.
Working in the soil is good for mental health.