One more Community Roots thing before the official-start-of-summer weekend. Our favorite Local Food Share and Roots CSA worker bee Korrine Kreilkamp reports back to our friends at DOMA Coffee that: “DOMA coffee bean chaff is being utilized at the Shared Harvest Community Garden compost and also at the Roots CSA compost. Sweet!!!!”
Indeed, KEA’s expanding local food operations are acutely aware of the need for quality organic compost to maintain soil fertility to grow food in our region. By streaming reliable, local organic waste like DOMA’s into our compost, we’re able to provide reliable, organic fertility to our local soils. Meanwhile, DOMA is happy to be not wasting a waste product.
If only we could grow coffee around here. Then we’d really have something.