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View Resource The Art and Science of Composting: A resource for farmers and compost producers

Composting is controlled decomposition, the natural breakdown process of organic residues. Composting transforms raw organic waste materials into biologically stable, humic substances that make...

http://www.cias.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/artofcom...
View Resource The Humanure Handbook: a Guide to Composting Human Manure, 2nd Ed.

Read the book online by chapters (10), or download the 3rd Ed.

http://weblife.org/humanure/index.html
View Resource Basic On-Farm Composting Manual

Because farming itself involves the efficient management of a variety of natural processes, in many ways, composting is a natural fit for the farmer. Composting is the efficient management of the...

http://www.cwc.org/wood/wd973rpt.pdf
View Resource Earthworm Information

This University of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program provides several links to articles on earthworms. These describe the earthworm's importance to ecosystems and...

http://www.sarep.ucdavis.edu/worms/
View Resource BioCycle: Journal of Composting and Organics Recycling

Provides magazine subscription information. Each issue contains feature stories as well as features departments such as: BioCycle World, Reader's Q&A, Regional Roundup, Abstracts and Industry News.

http://www.jgpress.com/biocycle.htm
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