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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 U.S. Composting Council

The USCC is a national, non-profit trade and professional organization promoting the recycling of organic materials through composting. The USCC is the only national organization committed to the...

http://www.compostingcouncil.org/
View Resource Compost Use Guidelines

Compost is the product of controlled biological decomposition of organic matter. It usually involves an aerobic (oxygen-rich), high temperature process that kills pathogens and weed seeds and...

http://www.wastenot-organics.wisc.edu/05composting/publicati...
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 Farm-Scale Composting Resource List

Farm-scale composting, also known as on-farm composting, is a practical way to handle organic wastes and produce a stablized organic soil amendment at the same time. Yet, it involves specialized...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/farmcompost.html
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