Compost

Passover at the Composter

Ever wonder what the inside of a composter looks like?

March 20th: Our new Composter becomes “Part of the Meal”

Jerry Kickenson adds food waste from the first oneg crew to use the composter!


Our New Composter is Here!!!

Thanks to Julie Farkas, Adat Shalom now has a new composter!  Look for new guidelines, to be developed by Julie and Tim Bartol, for the oneg crew, starting on March 20th, to make composting “part of the meal.”   Give it a turn when you next pass it.

We inaugurated the composter with fruit peel from the Tu B'shvat Seder
We inaugurated the composter with fruit peel from the Tu B’shvat Seder
Rabbi Fred makes the first turn.
Rabbi Fred makes the first turn.
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2 Responses to “Compost”

  1. Jerry Kickenson March 23, 2010 at 9:20 pm #

    The composting oneg task was simple and straightforward. I just dumped the coffee grounds left over into the green bucket in the kitchen, which already had some earlier food waste. Then I walked outside on a beautiful day and dumped the bucket into the composter, added some brown straw stuff held in a bucket next to the composter, turned the crank five times, and … that’s it!

    It the first oneg task I’ve had that I just had to go outside in the warm sunshine. Would you rather work in the kitchen?!

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