Composting draws down carbon

Have you seen the new bins opposite Cornelia’s? Eveline’s composting initiative Growing on Food Waste is an excellent example of how carbon can be sequestered and turned into soil. If you don’t do it already get a bin and start composting in your garden. Or go together and share a bin. Composting means closing the loop and turning food left-overs and garden waste into fertile soil. In the resulting mixture the ingredients have cooked down and captured the inherent carbon, which then can be added to the topsoil.