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Care by Composting

The Tully High School Environmental Club has begun their long-anticipated composting project. This project has been many years in the making, spanning several classes of students. Last year, the Environmental Club was able to purchase an at-home composter, and this year, club members have started collecting food scraps from students at lunches to process into compost. The composter takes only a few hours to turn the lunch scraps into compost, which can then be used immediately. The Environmental Club plans on using the compost in landscaping beds around the school and hopes to create a raised garden in the future, using the compost as added nutrients.

Lunch scraps gathered for composting.