Nathan Beck

Table to Farm awarded highest certification for compost facilities in Colorado

Permit allows company to scale up operations north of Elmore’s CornerBy Nicholas A. Johnson Herald Staff WriterWednesday, Dec 29, 2021 6:45 Updated Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021 6:12Table to Farm Compost received the highest level of certification for a compost facility in the state of Colorado. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald file) Table to Farm Compost announced Wednesday that …

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Table to Farm Compost set to launch Southwest Colorado’s first commercial composting operation

Facility will increase production as demand for recycling organic matter grows By Aedan Hannon Herald Staff Writer Backyard gardeners and farmers in Durango will have access to fresh, local compost soon. Table to Farm Compost’s new commercial facility at 7358 County Road 236, north of Elmore’s Corner, cleared one of its last hurdles on Oct. …

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Durango partners with Table to Farm Compost to increase food waste diversion

Partnership to start with community outreach and education By Nicholas A. Johnson Herald Staff Writer Looking to scale up its food waste diversion program, the city of Durango has entered a public-private partnership with local curbside composting company Table to Farm Compost. Through education and outreach strategies, the city and Table to Farm hope to …

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Soil Trials! – Whose soil is the best?

Soil Trials! – Whose soil is the best? To prove just how amazing our thoughtfully-blended, sustainable Artisan Soil is, we’ve decided to do a full-blown (pretty) scientific test! We planted several tomato plants today in each of three different soils; Table to Farm Artisan Soil, Paonia Soil Company’s The Bomb soil mix, and some cheap, generic soil …

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