Tulsa’s Best Composter
Golden Shovel Awarded To Tulsa’s Best Composter
Posted: May 05, 2013 10:33 AM CDT
Updated: May 05, 2013 1:40 PM CDT
Dee Duren, NewsOn6.com
James gardens at “Crossroads Clubhouse” where they grow their own produce for a non-profit meal program.
Ten people bagged up a sample of their compost mixture. They say composting isn’t only good for the earth, but for your garden too.
“It just takes an extra effort at the front end and a decision to not put it into the garbage, not put it back into the landfill,” said composter James Wineiger. “Even things like newspaper and office paper, we shred all that and put it right into our compost and mix that in as well.”
They chose the winner based on smell, look and feel. The winner walked home with some nice gift cards and the golden shovel.