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Home composting is an inexpensive, rewarding, and environmentally beneficial way to manage organic materials. Yard waste like leaves and grass clippings, along with kitchen scraps and soiled paper, make up nearly half of what a household discards.
But rather than throw these organics away, why not compost them into nutrient-rich soil additive for your garden? Anyone can compost. It's simple, and you can do it in your back yard or even indoors.
The agency currently offers three types of programs.
Network of Home Composters Workshops
The MassDEP Calendar at the bottom of this page will include any upcoming demonstrations or workshops that are currently scheduled.
In addition to MassDEP, the following organizations present composting demonstrations and workshops regionally across the state. Call them for additional information.
City of Boston Recycling Hotline
The Center for EcoTechnology
Franklin County Solid Waste Management District
Hilltown Resource Management Cooperative
Your group and community can participate, too. See below for MassDEP guidance on how to present a composting workshop.
If any composting demonstrations or workshops are upcoming, you'll find them listed in the calendar below.