Time To Act


Glad you have interest in promoting and advancing composting in Colorado.  To order the Compost Organics’ educational and promotional kit:  Contact me through this website for individual and bulk pricing.

This kit currently consists of a  “Colorado Composts “ quality bumper sticker, post card sized info sheet with a No organics in the landfill logo/badge on the reverse side.  

Your purchase will go towards the furtherance of regenerative practices in composting and rejecting the wasteful practices of dumping organic resources into landfill wherever they may be. Thank you for your visit and consideration.

What is the difference between hot composting and worm composting? PDF Print E-mail


Active or hot composting requires that the compost pile and apportioned recipe be mixed and be maintained between 130 degrees to 160 degrees Fahrenheit for organic decomposition.  Hot composting requires turning!

Worm composting, or vermicomposting doesn't require turning and CAN NOT/SHOULD NOT get hot (or you will kill your worms).  Worm composting lets the worms compost for you by allowing them and other micro-organisms to eat your organics at ambient temperatures without specific proportions or turning.