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1 thought on “Methodology for a Whole School Composting Program – Farmer Gui”
Hi Gui! We share very similar ideas! I’m interested in starting what I call a “farm school” for lack of a better name! Farm school doesn’t quite cover what I am actually envisioning, but cultivating food and connecting with the process will be a big part. The over-arching idea is to inspire projects that would positively impact climate change and sustainability. I appreciate your idea to start with a problem like food waste. We should keep in touch! I’d like to see how your project goes!