Picture this: it’s early June, the weather is warm but not yet hot, and you’ve just been invited to attend a graduation party in a friend’s backyard. You enter a fenced yard with several tables… Read More »Member Spotlight: Ana
The majority of what we throw away isn’t trash. Sure we occasionally throw something in the trash that probably could have been recycled – a glass bottle, a soup can, etc. (psst… we’ll pickup your… Read More »Are Kansans too trashy?
When you think about how humans contribute to greenhouse gases – those substances like carbon dioxide and methane that trap heat energy like blankets around the Earth – you likely think about pollution from automobiles,… Read More »Cleaner air… from dirt.
Growing up, mom and dad would add compost to our backyard garden soil each season. The recipe for an abundant harvest involved peat moss, manure, and compost – whatever that was. Somehow we intuitively understood… Read More »Gardener’s gold: what is compost anyway?
We aim to support local farming operations and to increase the variety of local produce available in Kansas City. For every person registered for curbside compost collection by January 31, 2020, Food Cycle KC will donate $10 to New Roots for Refugees.
Meeting awesome Kansans, distributing little green bins, turning a compost heap with local news cameras watching – it’s been a very productive first 30 days! In mid-October, we officially launched a mission to reduce food… Read More »A Ton of Waste Diverted – Literally