Fruit, vegetable scraps become compost at Utah school

04/24/2013 | Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)

Students at a Utah elementary school compost leftover fruit and vegetable scraps year-round to be used in a school garden. Students at the environmental science magnet school said they started composting to help the environment and prevent food waste in the cafeteria.

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