Binet Payne's Worm Cafe documents her journey to
keep her school's food waste out of the landfill. She got other
teachers, students, and cafeteria staff on board to collect their food
and paper waste and process it through four medium-sized worm
bins. During the first school year, her 400 student school
composted 3600 pounds of cafeteria waste (and a bunch of paper) and
saved $6,000 in dumpster fees. Meanwhile, the school was able to
grow some of their own food using the worm castings and the kids were
involved in hands on science.
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