"Together we are reconnecting to the Planet, our communities, and ourselves."
Be a model for your community. Visualize your town supporting a community butterfly garden and composting station in your city park! Sponsor a Compost-A-Thon!
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About Sunshine Community Compost
We are a Florida-based non-profit organization that focuses on creating compost and recovering resources in ways that build community, local capacity and give back to the planet. Our mission is to strengthen community connections and give back to the planet through accessible education and action programs that increase local composting, resource recovery and zero waste efforts. We teach new skills and ideas and rely on strong collaborations to develop our programs. We are able to bring these programs into people's backyards and neighborhood parks, and the result is that enormous amounts of formerly perceived "wastes" are diverted from the landfill, re-purposed in meaningful ways or transformed into rich soil amendment that is full of life and nourishment for our soils and our communities. We work with local residents, schools, college-based student groups, neighborhood associations, local government and small to medium size businesses to create responsive, collaborative and community-engaged solutions to composting and resource recovery. Since our first pilot program in late 2016, we have diverted over 24,000 pounds of material from the landfill (over 10 tons) while building local fertility and reducing the impacts of pollution. Together we are stronger and together we are re-valuing and recovering precious resources that will revitalize us All. Community composting and local resource recovery are growing movements that help support local self-reliance, urban agriculture, local abundance and reciprocity with the Earth. Learn more from our resources page and by signing up to receive our newsletter. Thank you and happy community composting! Sunshine Community Compost is mission-focused and is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 24,000 pounds of food scraps diverted from the landfills & counting