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Teaming with Microbes – The Organic Gardener’s Guide to the Soil Food Web

Informed by the soil biology research of native Minnesotan, Dr. Elaine Ingham, Teaming with Microbes – The Organic Gardener’s Guide to the Soil Food Web by Jeff Lowenfels and Wayne Lewis introduces us the cast of characters that live in healthy soil, their relationship with each other and the critical balance needed between these microscopic … Continue reading

The Amazing Opportunitites in Coffee Pulp Recycling
Coffee Grounds in the garden / Ground to Ground

The Amazing Opportunitites in Coffee Pulp Recycling

Photos taken by Zach Latimore on Finca Idealista Farm, Matagalpa, Nicaragua For most people, coffee grounds represent the “end” of the coffee process. Everything that has happened to those beans since they were picked from the tree has been done with the end goal of roasting them, grinding them, and then brewing coffee with them. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on vegetablurb:
60 pounds Of coffee grounds. Almost a good start for a Dr. Seuss book. I’m pretty sure that nobody cares about some yahoo in Michigan picking up free used coffee grounds for his compost pile. But the thing is, there’s a small possibility that someone is just waking up on a…